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Azerbaijan to Imprison for Unlawful Import of GMOs

Azerbaijan to Imprison for Unlawful Import of GMOs

Azerbaijan has made the amendments to the amendments to the Code of Administrative Offences and the Criminal Code. During the discussion of the amendments, the head of the Parliamentary Committee on Legal Policy & Government Structure, Ali Huseynov, has stated that the amendments provide for the application of penalties for …

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Nepal earthquake: Georgian Ambassador Meets Georgian Tourists in Kathmandu

Nepal earthquake: Georgian Ambassador meets Georgian tourists in Kathmandu

No Georgian citizens are reported to be among the victims of the Nepal earthquake, although there were several Georgian tourist groups in Nepal when the powerful earthquake hit the country. Georgia’s Ambassador to India, who is also accredited to Thailand, Sri Lanka and Nepal, visited the devastated area yesterday. Ambassador …

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Georgian Fuse Tea to Compete with a Cold Tea from Azerbaijan

Georgian Fuse Tea to Compete with a Cold Tea from Azerbaijan

Businessman Temur Chkonia launches an iced tea – Fuse Tea domestic production. According to the businessman, the company will bring the equipment in early May, after which production will begin that will stop import of the product from Azerbaijan. In his words, the construction of the plant is already underway …

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Profits at Georgian Banks Continue to Grow Briskly

Profits at Georgian Banks Continue to Grow Briskly

If we look at the data on the banking sector, there is a feeling that the country is not suffering a crisis, in Georgia for a long time the real situation in the economy and the banking system statistics are not connected with each other. Banks go ahead much faster …

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Georgian Gov’t to be Re-approved

Georgian Gov’t to be Re-approved

The Government of Georgia in the near future will face a confidence vote in the Parliament. The reason for this was the resignation of the Minister of Sports Levan Kipiani. He became the seventh minister, who left his post after the declaration of confidence to the Cabinet of Ministers headed …

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TravelBiz:Georgia on my mind

Indian Magazine writes about Georgia: TravelBiz Monitor is a fortnightly news magazine reporting on and for the Indian travel and tourism industry. This magazine has a holistic focus to streamline news and analysis relevant to this industry in a crisp format. The magazine combines a range of current news stories across …

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Entire Cabinet of Ministers Has Resigned

Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs, Levan Kipiani, resigned on April 29, becoming the third cabinet member to step down in a week and the seventh one since the incumbent government won parliament’s confidence vote in July, 2014, effectively causing the resignation of the entire cabinet. According to the constitution, …

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Georgia to Brew Bavarian Royal Beer

The Bavarian Royal Beer will be brewed in Georgia. Representatives of Castel and Kaltenberg companies signed the due agreement on April 28, 2015. The beer owned by the Bavarian Royal Family that will be manufactured by the Georgian-German investment. HRH Prinz Luitpold von Bayern will pay his official visit to Georgia …

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PASHA Bank – Partner of Golden Brand 2014 Awards

April 24, 2015 – Golden Brand 2014 annual awards ceremony was held in Radisson Blu Iveria. PASHA Bank was the partner of the ceremony. Golden Brand is considered as the most prestigious and influential annual business award since 2006 and is given to companies that achieved special success in branding …

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PASHA Bank – Special Partner of Business Conference Held in Brussels

On April 27, 2015 EU-Georgia Business Council (EUGBC) held a Business Conference in Brussels. The conference was funded by the European Union. The Special Partner of the event was PASHA Bank Georgia. “Georgia’s new opportunities in free trade with the EU” was the main topic of discussion. Here sixty-five large, …

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Reasons For Restricting Online Gambling Games

Negative impact from online casinos and bookmakers has exceeded all expectations in the gambling business. The problem relevance was stressed by Catholicos-Patriarch of All Georgia Ilia Second in his Easter Epistle, where the gambling games are estimated as a dangerous and serious problem. Many countries have banned this business, despite …

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12 Amazing Georgian Mountains

12 Amazing Georgian Mountains

For many tourists coming to Georgia the primary activities consist of a cultural tour of Tbilisi, centered around the Old City and Rustaveli Avenue, and then a trip to the Black Sea. Fewer are interested in the magnificent peaks of the Greater Georgian Mountains, which is a shame, considering that …

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