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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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DIRSI: THE FIRST PHASE OF CONSTRUCTION IS OVER

Dirsi welcomed journalists in the end of October to celebrate the completion of the first phase of its construction. Eleven buildings of the largest residential complex in South Caucasus have been built. The completed complex, expected by 2016, will have twenty-two buildings, tallest of which will be twenty-six stories. There …

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The World Could Be Heading Toward a Global Shortage of Chocolate

People are consuming more cocoa than farmers are able to produce, according to two of the world’s largest chocolate makers, who say that a global shortage of chocolate might be on the cards. Mars, Inc. and Swiss-based chocolate giant Barry Callebaut say demand is likely to outstrip production by one million …

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CITY IN CITY – FROM DIRSICHALA TO MODERN RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX

Everything started in 2012. Azerbaijani investment holding AS Group Investment appeared in Georgia and founded AS Georgia subsidiary. The latter launched constructing a residential complex of DIRSI in 2012. A major part of the society skeptically met the project. They used to assert the company would fail to meet the …

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“GAMOUVALI MDGOMAREOBA” WITH FOODPANDA

There’s no “Gamouvali Mdgomareoba” without foodpanda! The German brand started operating on the Georgian market on March 21th, 2014 and has already gained the interest of a large part of society. As a matter of fact, food ordering on their online website – www.foodpanda.ge – has become more demanded than …

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FIND OUT WHAT YOUR FAVORITE PIZZA SAYS ABOUT YOU

It’s time for lunch on www.foodpanda.ge! Traditionally, pizza reigns as king during lunchtime. It’s in demand in offices, homes, birthday events, everywhere. They say our appearance speaks for us, but our appearance is most dependent on what we eat throughout the day. And on how we eat, to be more …

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GEPRA CONTEST WINNERS REVEALED

On November the 10th GEPRA held the awards ceremony for its issued contest in the Georgian Parliament’s National Library. Members of the judges board Gia Gugushvili, Tamaz Varvaridze, Goga Chanadiri, Ekaterine Zhvania and Soso Galumashvili found the winner in Eto Zirishvili, who was presented with the grand prize by GEPRA’s …

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CIGARETTE PRICE RISES AGAIN

The government plans to introduce the ad valorem tax on tobacco and increase the excise tax on tobacco products. As a result, cigarette prices may rise by about 5%. The raising of excise taxes is part of the government program to fight against smoking, and according to the government officials, …

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NABEGHLAVI AND BAKHMARO INTRODUCED TO 27 COUNTRIES

The number of countries where our products are exported will increase from 2015 Healthy Water (“Tskali Margebeli”) was established in 1997 and shortly became a successful and consumers’ favorite brand. After such significant achievement the company’s founders started to think and focus on agriculture development. As a result, two related …

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