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Daily Archives: January 29, 2015

Georgian section of Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway presented


Georgian Economy Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili and Azerbaijani Transport Minister Ziya Mammadov attended the presentation of the Georgian section of the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway and observed the test run of a train Jan. 28. The presentation took place in Javakheti, Kartsakhi. Marabda-Kartsakhi Railway director Oleg Bichiashvili, Samtskhe-Javakheti Governor Akaki Machutadze and other …

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Unlike Wine, Georgian Cognac Exports to Russia not been Suspended


Unlike Georgian wine, Georgian cognac exports to Russia have not been suspended. Cognac companies claim that demand for Georgian cognac is high in Russia. Wine companies inform “Commersant” that they have suspended exports of wine to Russia, but George Sharvashidze, JSC Sarajishvili Commercial Director, says that the export of cognac …

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Gov’t Plans to Implement more than 10 Major Projects


The government of Georgia  intends to implement more than 10 major projects in the current year. Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development told  The Financial  that in 2015 artificial lakes would be constructed together with a biathlon track in line with ski resorts. Together with private investors the Government will …

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Germany is one of the oldest members of the European Union (since 1952) and Georgia’s one of the major trade partners among EU countries. According to the 2013 report, Germany ranks 11th among Georgia’s major exports markets with a 2.5% ratio. At the same time, Germany ranks 6th among Georgia’s …

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10 percent of medicine rises in price in Georgia


Some 10 percent of medicine rose in price in Georgia, Georgian Deputy Health Minister Valeri Kvaratskhelia told the Georgian media. He said that the medicine obtained from the dollar area, as well as from Russia and Belarus, rose in price. “At present, this concerns a small volume of medicine, although …

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EU discusses new sanctions against Russia today


The European Union’s foreign ministers meet today to discuss fresh sanctions against Russia, following an escalation of the war in eastern Ukraine. The renewed offensive by Russian-backed rebels has killed dozens of civilians, many in Mariupol, a port on the Azov Sea. Vladimir Putin has made clear his view that …

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50 Words Your Press Release Can Do Without


The press release can be one of the most powerful tools in a communicator’s kit. A well-written release informs the media about your products or services and can lead to greater exposure for your brand. Too often, however, press releases get bogged down by insider jargon, techno-babble and overused corporate …

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30 Top Cities for Real Estate Investment


Global direct real estate investment returned to pre-recession levels in 2014 and should reach about $1 trillion annually within five years. Driven by a strengthening global economic environment, last year’s total direct investment in real estate is estimated at $700 billion – a level not seen since 2006, before the …

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