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ENPARD to Promote Cooperation between the Farmers and Business Organizations

ENPARD to Promote Cooperation between the Farmers and Business Organizations

One of the main goals of the European Neighborhood Program for Agriculture and Rural Development (ENPARD) is assisting farmers in promoting their products and establishing a strong network within the Georgian business field. A number of recent successes has proven the program’s effective execution of these goals. One such success is …

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Number of Meidan Bazaar Users Decreased 60-70%

Number of Meidan Bazaar Users Decreased 60-70%

The number of users in the historical and shopping center Meidan bazaar created by New Way company has decreased by 60-70%. Mikheil Kobiashvili, Director of the trade center, explains a  lack of tourists by a hot  summer season and anomalous heat when tourists  prefer to rest in Adjara. He also …

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3-D Printing Helps the Medicine Go Down

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has given its first approval to a drug manufactured with 3-D printers. The drug, called Spritam, was approved as an oral drug to be used for adults and children with epilepsy. The 3-D printing technique creates a porous pill that dissolves with water, so …

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Global Economic Growth to Slow: NIESR

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According to National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR), Global economic growth will slow this year to the lowest rate since the financial crisis.  The world economy will grow by 3 per cent in 2015 – the slowest rate since the crisis – and 3.5 per cent in 2016. Emerging market …

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Three Georgian Wine Centers have Opened in China

Georgian wine in china

While Georgian wine is found on many London and New York wine lists, it was virtually unknown for Asia, but recentrly three Georgian wine centers have opened in China’s Xinjiang province. One of the largest importers of Georgian wine to China, Xinjiang Beifangjianda Trade Co, was responsible for opening the Georgian …

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PMCG: Transparency and Competitiveness Increased in Communications

Communications

Georgia will soon obtain more transparent and effective Georgian National Communication Commission (GNCC), the only regulatory authority of broadcasting and electronic communications. Unacceptability of the monopolistic practices in the field of electronic communications and broadcasting; establishment of transparent regulatory environment and promotion of competition; promotion of high-quality, diverse and innovative …

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Environmentally Friendly Fuel Truck Scania is Already in Georgia

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From today, environmentally friendly fuel track Scania, will appear on Georgian roads. A special event was devoted to the formal delivery of a truck of the future. Under the auspices of the Embassy of Sweden in Georgia, the brand new fuel truck Scania P360LB8X4HNA was inaugurated as the first of its kind …

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Global Dairy Prices Fall to 13-Year Low

Global Dairy Prices Fall to 13-Year Low

International dairy prices fell to a 13-year low in the GlobalDairyTrade auction, a trading platform established by New Zealand’s Fonterra Co-Operative Group. The GDT Price Index fell 9.3% overnight Tuesday from the previous auction on July 15, with the average selling price at US$1,815 a metric ton, the lowest since …

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Delamode Group Intends to Develop a Multi-functional Logistics Center

Delamode Group Intends to Develop a Multi-functional Logistics Center

Natia Mikeladze, Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development, met  the  officials of the British international logistics company Delamode Group. The sides discussed the development of a transport and logistics capability and the potential to attract foreign investment in these sectors. It was noted at the meeting  that in the first …

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Aerial Photographs Reveal The Gorgeous Geometry Of L.A. And NYC

Aerial Photographs Reveal The Gorgeous Geometry Of L.A. And NYC

When he was a teenager, photographer Jeffrey Milstein swept out hangars at the Santa Monica airport in exchange for the chance to fly a Cessna 150 around Los Angeles. Today, he rents helicopters to capture aerial shots of the urban landscape. His meticulously composed photographs render a killer view of …

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