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Moxy Tbilisi to be open in 2017

Marriott International, Inc (NASDAQ:MAR) announced today the introduction of its new lifestyle brand, Moxy Hotels to Eastern Europe, in partnership with developers, GMT Group. The 130 room Moxy Tbilisi Hotel will be managed by Marriott International and is expected to open in 2017.   Located in Saarbrucken Square, central Tbilisi, it …

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Ford’s Greatest Car Gets a Do-Over

A race car from the 1960s gets a radical redesign. In any business, recreating a favorite product is a fraught undertaking. Ask any Hollywood producer or software developer. Make the sequel too similar to the seminal version, and it will fall flat. Make it too different, and purists will scream …

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Prime Minister: Growth in Electricity Tariffs is not Planned at this Stage

Prime Minister: Growth in Electricity Tariffs is not Planned at this Stage

Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Garibashvili called on the Georgian National Energy Regulatory Commission (GNERC) and “Energo Pro – Georgia”, which provides electricity to the regions of the country, not to make public the details of the ongoing negotiations between them. “The increase in electricity tariffs is not planned at …

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Georgian Wine Sampled at Czech Degustation

Georgian wine sampled at Czech degustation

The Czech Republic has hosted a Georgian wine degustation event. The Georgian wine tasting session was initiated by the Centre for the Promotion of Imports from developing countries (CBI), which is part of the Netherlands’ Enterprise Agency and commissioned by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands. The Centre was …

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Georgia-Chile Establish Visa Free Travel for Official Delegates

Georgia-Chile Establish Visa Free Travel for Official Delegates

Georgia and Chile have reached a visa free travel agreement to allow easier travel between the countries for people with diplomatic, service and official passports. The agreement will come into force from May 1, after which Georgian officials will be able to travel to Chile without a visa. The same …

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Georgia’s Export-Oriented Companies Offered State Financial Support

Georgia’s export-oriented companies offered state financial support

Every small, middle or large-scaled enterprise in Georgia that has the potential to export its products will be offered financial support by the state. A new Export Promotion Agency will be established in the next three months which will support all local companies deemed to have export potential, announced officials. …

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Tell the World Why #Georgia is Special

Tell the world why #Georgia is special

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is asking the public to share why they believe Georgia is special with the rest of the world through a new photograph campaign using the hashtag #Georgia15. From today, people can take a photo that describes why Georgia is special and upload …

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China’s Road Rules

China's Road Rules

While the eyes of the world focus on China’s aggression in the seas to its east, China’s leaders are looking west. At the end of March, China’s National Development and Reform Commission joined its ministries of foreign affairs and commerce to release an expansive blueprint for what it calls the …

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