WATCHING THE WORLD GEORGIA MINERAL RIGHTS ON THEIR MINDS

With David Knott from London Land in parts of the Former Soviet Union is being returned to people who owned it before the Soviet regime seized power. Confusion over land rights is one of many potential traps for companies negotiating oil and gas projects. The latest victim is likely to be one of two independents negotiating to develop oil and gas assets around the town of Poti, which lies on the Black Sea coast in Georgia.

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