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Monthly Archives: January 2015

Amount of Compensation Russia Should Pay to Georgia Unclear yet

The  amount of compensation to be paid  to Georgia  by Russia, according to the decision of the European court, is still unknown.  The start date of the negotiations is also uncertain. At this point, it is only known that meetings between the two countries will be held through the mediation …

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GEORGIA’S FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENTS (FDI) – FUNDAMENTAL ANALYSIS

Georgia’s foreign direct investments (FDI) dynamics shows foreign investors have been demonstrating growing interest in Georgia’s various fields. This interest was raised by such important factors as global economic boom and global financial crisis, political unrest in Georgia and the fact the world community has appreciated some achievements. Despite the …

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Ukraine asks IMF for new bailout funds – Davos 2015

The Ukrainian government just released a statement, confirming it has asked the IMF for more support. In it, Ukraine Minister of Finance Natalie Jaresko argues that investors should welcome it (even though Ukraine is also planning to restructure its debt). “The markets were expecting this step and should welcome it …

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Lithuania is ready to start OECD membership negotiations

President Dalia Grybauskaitė is attending the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, and is scheduled to meet with heads of Germany, Ukraine and Georgia. According to the president, major global companies like Google, Nasdaq as well as biotechnology and pharmaceutical company Thermo Fisher show interest in investing in Lithuania.

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The Guardian: Russia’s ruble crisis poses threat to Georgia

The recent collapse of the Russian ruble is posing a threat to nine countries relying on remittances including Georgia, claims one of Britain’s leading newspapers. Georgia and eight other countries, which heavily rely on cash sent home from Russia for their economic buoyancy, could collectively lose more than $10 billion …

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The Nenskra Project Looks Immature

The to-be-built Nenskra Hydro Power Plant with an investment price tag of 1 billion USD and a 280 mega-watt capacity looks pretty immature and non-transparent. The project initiators promise to start public discussions as soon as the company managing the project asks for the construction permit. However, as the project …

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Foodpanda – a consumer-oriented company’s year on the Georgian market

[images cols=”five”] [image link=”#” image=”6648″] [/images] Ordering food online on www.foodpanda.ge is becoming more and more in-demand. Everyone likes it – people of all ages and professions, men and women alike. Foodpanda is a customer-oriented company and uses contemporary technological means – mobile application – to make food ordering simpler …

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Who will Build Anaklia Sea Port?

Economy Ministry denies  the information that TBC Group  along with its partner Conti Group didn’t  get into the next stage of  the competition   for Anaklia port development. According to a representative of Anaklia industrial Eco-Park & Port  Consortium, TBC Bank’s and Conti’s proposal was financially weak and  unable to get …

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