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Daily Archives: February 16, 2015

Eastern European Investors to Build Oil Refinery in Georgia

Changes the government has made to the visa policy created problems in the Poti Free Industrial Zone (FIZ)  in terms of attracting investment, CBW was told by Soso Nibladze, Deputy Director on Commercial Issues at Rakia Georgia Free Industrial Zone LLC. According to him, he’s been having intensive talks with companies …

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Beeline – Engine for Market Competition

4G Internet is Our Major and Population-oriented Social Investment After continuous efforts of cell operators, especially, Beeline and after subscribers’ long waiting, the Georgian National Communications Commission (GNCC) has taken a decision on introduction of the 4G internet technology in Georgia. Starting February 1, 2015 all three cell operators are …

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Germany supports Georgia in European integration

Georgia’s Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili met with Norbert Lammert, the President of the German parliament, the Bundestag. The Georgian government’s press service told Trend Feb. 14 that the parties discussed the friendly and partner relations of the two countries and the prospects for deepening them. They also highlighted the progress …

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Bidzina Ivanishvili Plans to Conduct Research regarding Suspicious Tenders

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Many questions relating to tenders are objective, the former Prime Minister of Georgia Bidzina  Ivanishvili  said in an interview with newspaper “Kviris Palitra” (Weekly Palette ). He does not agree with the view that MP’s have turned into feudal lords, but notes that certain manifestations might exist. “During my term …

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Your European House – Archi Group in All Districts of Tbilisi

Interview with Partner CEO Ilia Tsulaia -Archi Group as a development company appeared on the Georgian market in 2008. How would you appraise your seven years operation? What changes have taken place in the company in this period? -In 2008 the world economic crisis broke out and all construction projects …

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