Nino Zambakhidze, member of the board of directors at Adjara Group, Adjara Group raised the challenges faced by the company at a meeting between the Prime Minister and the country's largest employers.
“We have raised our challenges and they promised to count how to defer income and property taxes and later, we will have communication," Nino Zambakhidze told reporters at a briefing after the meeting at the government administration.
According to her, the hotel business is most concerned about the issue of income and property tax.
"COVID and pandemic hit the hospitality sector most and it faces many challenges. At the meeting with the Prime Minister, we talked about the delay of income and property tax, as big businesses of the hospitality sector finance other projects from the received guests and revenues. However, today there is a lack of tourists in the country”, - Nino Zambakhidze, member of the board of directors at Adjara Group.
According to her, "Adjara Group" handed over "Holiday Inn" to the government for the project of COVID Hotel.
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