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Daily Archives: September 17, 2015

Georgia Sees Rise in Oil Products’ Imports

The import of oil products to Georgia rose in August 2015 by 12,300 tons compared to July 2015 standing at 104,400 tons, Sputnik news agency reported citing the Georgian Union of Oil Products Importers. The union also said the gasoline imports stood at 40,400 tons, while diesel fuel imports amounted …

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Whether Unemployment will Increase due to the Devaluation of the Lari?

Despite the positive expectations of the government, the national currency continues to depreciate. In expert circles believe that the business, very dependent on imports, would be forced to reduce administrative costs. It can also affect the salaries, in the worst case – could lead to the dismissal of employees. Interviewed …

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Eurasianet – Georgia and Moldova: A Tale of Two Winemakers

A freelancer reporter Giorgi Lomsadze from Tbilisi with the collaboration of Moldovan journalist Victoria Puiu are presenting two great wine producing countries, Georgia and Moldova. Article was originally published on eurasianet.org. Read the whole article below: They don’t face quotas and they don’t face tariffs. But for the ancient winemaking countries …

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Iran-Armenia Railway Project Will Be More Efficient If Georgia Joins

Iran-Armenia railway project will be more efficient if Georgia also joins it, economist Ashot Tavadyan stated at the conference “Iran: Lifting of Sanctions and the Possible Regional Developments” held in Yerevan. These movements may put more pressure on Georgia to allow a northeast railway transit through its territory. Such a …

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Fall in Georgia: What To Do This Time of Year

Churchkhela

Sometimes it is difficult to explain, what is special about Fall. It’s still warm and pleasant in Georgia, so you can swim and take sunbath at least till the beginning of September. You can take mineral baths, drink wine and eat natural delicious food everywhere. Wine is becoming the major …

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Tea-Packing Plant Opens in Georgia

Tea Georgia

Within the framework of the government-led Produce in Georgia program, a new tea packing plant of the Georgian Company Geoplant has been set up in Ozurgeti. The plant is fitted out with modern state-of-the-art equipment on a par with the international standards. “Restoration of tea production is one of our government’s …

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