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Transaero Airlines Outraged by the Actions of Georgian Authorities

“The refusal of the Georgian aviation authorities to issue a Russian airline Transaero a permission to perform flights on the Moscow – Tbilisi route is a flagrant violation of the agreements reached between the two countries foreseen in the relevant protocol. They provide for the abolition of all restrictions on …

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Azerbaijan offers to introduce electronic customs declaration, licensing

Azerbaijan needs to convert into electronic form provision of customs declarations, licensing services and public procurement, a project coordinator of the public organization of anti-corruption Mahammad Muradov said Dec.22 during the presentation of the results of monitoring of e-services application. He said that it is also considered appropriate to develop …

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Bus Assembly Plant might be Built in Georgia

A bus assembly plant is planned to  be built in  Georgia. At this stage Ministry of Economics is holding negotiations with several international, including Swedish and Polish, companies. According to Deputy Minister of Economy Keti Bochorishvili, they are in active talks with  the  companies and specific information will be known in …

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Robbie Steinhous: Georgia should Focus on Education

An interview with a business coach Robbie Steinhous Whether  Georgia can draw attention both in terms of culture and economy? Georgia has  a very interesting culture, and in my opinion it is necessary to spend more to preserve the historic appearance of Tbilisi. Maybe it will not be investing in …

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TAV top of global airport construction sector: ENR

TAV Construction has become the world’s largest company in the airport construction sector with a turnover of $1.25 billion, according to the latest report of the Engineering News Record (ENR), the Turkish company said in a written statement Dec. 19.  “One of the respectable publications of the sector, Engineering News …

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This Is the First Ever Ad For Coffee, From 1652

According to Retronaut, this is an image of the first ever advertisement for coffee, in England circa 1652. Little has changed in the coffee business since its launch. The seller, Pasqua Rosee of St. Michaels Alley in Cornhill, promised: “It will prevent Drowsiness, and make one fit for Busines, if one have …

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