Natia Turnava, Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia said: “the government’s decision to reduce profit and income tax for companies of certain industries by 5%, has already yielded the first positive result – EPAM, a very large American IT company enters Georgia.”
According to the Minister, the American company will open its office in Georgia and create at least 1000 high-paying new jobs for Georgian citizens.
“A very large American IT company EPAM has entered Georgia. The company is relocating its business here. It has already brought about 30 employees and decided to open the office as well. In the near future, EPAM plans to create at least 1,000 new, high-paying jobs in Georgia for our citizens,” said Turnava.