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Daily Archives: November 17, 2014

Temur Ugulava’s Adjarabet to Pay 150 Mln GEL Fine

“Commersant” reports that the  financial police has entered into  the online casino Adjarabet . Adjarabet owner Temur Ugulava confirmed the fact of check of the object by the financial police in a conversation with “Commersant”. “Financial police has entered,  other details can be fout out from the management ”, – he …

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KazTransGas – Tbilisi Returns under Kazakh Management

The company KazTransGas – Tbilisi, which manages gas distribution networks of the capital, has made an official statement that the company returns under Kazakh management. The final agreement on this issue was reached during the visit of Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Garibashvili to Astana. In particular, an agreement was …

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Finance Ministry to Tackle Problems with Bad Mortgage Loans

Ministry of Finance of Georgia is studying the problems associated with debtors on mortgage loans, the approach to which will be differentiated – the Finance Minister Nodar Khaduri announced  in response to the accusations of the opposition as if the government does nothing to alleviate their plight. “During the pre- election campaign …

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KAZAKHSTAN TO INVEST SEVERAL MILLIONS IN GEORGIA IN NEAR FUTURE

Kazakhstan intends to make great investment  in near future. Georgian Prime minister, Irakli Gharibashvili met with the Kazakh delegation in Astana, November 12th. During the meeting with Kazakh collegues such topics as the development of Batumi sea port, development of trasport corridor and KazTransGas-Tbilisi company’s activities in Georgia were discussed. …

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TBILISI HOSTS INTERNATIONAL ENERGY CONFERENCE

On November 12 Expo Georgia exhibition center hosted international conference Energy for Sustainable Development. The event aimed at drawing attention to important topics for the sector development and stimulating discussions in this direction. At the event representatives of private and state organizations discussed the country development strategy, environmental factors in …

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QUALITY OF GEORGIAN GOVERNMENT – EXPERTISE BY ECONOMIST INTELLIGENCE UNIT

The Center for International Monitoring of Governments has held a forum on the topic: “The Quality of the Georgian Government – Expertise by Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU)”. The meeting made focus on the report developed by EIU international organization that has evaluated the quality of conduct of various governments worldwide …

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G20 leaders to add $2 trillion to global economy by 2018

Leaders of the G20 left Brisbane with a plan: to collectively boost the global economy by $2 trillion by 2018, and to implement structural reforms to “re-balance” and strengthen it. This would be a 2 percent increase to the world’s $74 trillion economy. The “Brisbane Action Plan,” outlined in the …

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