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Daily Archives: July 18, 2014

German Company Advises Georgian Gov’t to Promote Start-ups

Some companies, including the German “CAPAROL”, talks about the difficulties  related to obtaining the loan in the frames of the preferential agro-credit program.In particular, the company’s representative evaluates the negative sides of the preferential agro-credit program  and declares that a collateral for a loan is the negative side of the  program. “It would be nice …

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Regulations being Prepared for Hotel Business

Regulations are being prepared for the hotel business. Georgian Hotel & Restaurant Federation began work on the project of standards for hotel  last month. According to President of the Federation Shalva Alaverdashvili, the standard is being developed on the example of the Baltic States, which provides for the issue of giving  stars …

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Tbilisi Authorities Begin to Fight against Street Trading

In the coming days, street vendors are going to start a protest in Tbilisi – the newspaper “Rezonansi”  writes- the reason for this was a fact that the police began to displace them from the streets adjacent to major urban markets. “The elections are over and the authorities began to struggle …

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Gudauri and Bakuriani to Open for Summer Season Tomorrow

Gudauri and Bakuriani will open for  summer season  tomorrow. Director of Gudauri  Development Agency states ”Commersant” that this time repair works are underway in Gudauri and heavy equipment is working on the bicycle track project. According to Sandro Onoprishvili, two  ropeways will be opened in Bakuriani  as well. At the same time, the National Tourism Administration will hold a Cycling Marathon …

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Turkish Airlines is Georgia’s Aviation Market Leader

Turkish Airlines is Georgia’s aviation market leader by the number of passengers carried  on regular flights. According to statistics, in January- June 2014, most of the passengers, in particular 22%, were carried by  Turkish Airlines. In  6 months the company served   139 353 passengers. Followed by theGeorgian aviation flagship Georgian Airways(“Airzena”) – 12% and Ukrainian air carrier Flyuia- (10%). Georgian Airways carried  75 419 passengers in 6 months of 2014, Flyuia – 63 542 …

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