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Positive Changes Ahead for Georgia’s Winter Resorts

Positive changes ahead for Georgia’s winter resorts

Georgia’s leading ski resorts Bakuriani and Gudauri will meet the next winter season with new trails and upgraded infrastructure, Georgia’s Economy Minister said yesterday. Vice Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili spoke about the projects that were implemented last year and announced future plans for the two resorts. “[Last year] we installed artificial …

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Georgia’s President Prepares for Europe Visit

Georgia’s President Prepares for Europe Visit

The President of Georgia is preparing for a two-day working visit to Belgium where he will meet Euro-Atlantic top officials and discuss Georgia’s European future. In the capital Brussels, President Giorgi Margvelashvili will meet president of the European Union (EU) Donald Tusk and EU Commissioner for Enlargement and Neighbourhood Policy …

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Government Created an Ugly Banking System

Government Created an Ugly Banking System

An interview with an expert Demur Giorkhelidze If we look at the data of the banking sector, there is a feeling as if the country is not experiencing economic problems. For many years, banks are developed separately from the country – in conditions when the economy growth are slowing down …

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Cyprus Ratifies EU-Georgia Association Agreement

Cyprus ratifies EU-Georgia Association Agreement

The House of Representatives of the Republic of Cyprus has ratified the Association Agreement (AA) between Georgia and the European Union (EU). Members of the Cyprus Parliament voted in favour of the ratification of the EU-Georgia deal yesterday. The document was approved following a majority vote, where only members of the …

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Prime Minister not Says whether Gas Price will Rise or not

Prime Minister not Says whether Gas Price will Rise or not

Neither gas nor electricity price is planned to hike at this stage. The Prime Minister said answering the parliamentary minority’s questions. “However, I would like to explain once again – this is our government’s position – we took on ourselves, we’ve allocated 15 million to subsidy the increased price of …

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Dutch Experts Help in Export of Georgian Greens

Dutch Experts Help in Export of Georgian Greens

With the support of Dutch experts , the Georgian government is working on a program for the development of exports of greens – Economy Minister George Kvirikashvili states. “As is known, the Georgian greens go for export mainly to the CIS countries and, therefore, it’s very important for us to …

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