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Export of Cars from Georgia to Azerbaijan Fell 5 Times

Imports of Cars from Georgia to Azerbaijan Fell by Almost Five Times

According to National Statistics Office Geostat, Georgia exported over 3 million cars to Azerbaijan in January-October period with a total value of over  $57 million. In The same period of Last year 15 million cars worth over $231 million were exported  to Azerbaijan, which is 5 times more compared to this …

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TBC Bank cannot Sell Berta company

TBC Bank cannot Sell Berta company

A buyer for  the building owned by Berta company has not emerged. Berta was owned by Cezar Chocheli and his brother.  In 2013 the company faced  financial problems, the Investigation Service of the Ministry of Finance entered into the company, Berta’s relationship with distribution companies also complicated, which is why …

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Legendary “King Of The Road” – Toyota LC200 Acquires New Image!

Legendary "King Of The Road" - Toyota LC200 Acquires New Image!

Toyota’s both official dealers in Georgia – Toyota Center Tbilisi and Toyota Center Tegeta have introduced a new LC200 model in their showrooms. For many years, in Georgia this Toyota vehicle has been associated with comfortable driving and refined lifestyle that stress the owner’s special status. Each new generation of …

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In Pictures: Royal Society Photo Award Winners

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An underwater photo of a group of tadpoles silhouetted against a bright blue sky has won first place in the inaugural Royal Society Publishing photography competition. Image copyrightBert Willaert The photograph was taken by biologist Bert Willaert, while he was snorkelling in a canal in Belgium. He explained: “Clear water …

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Employment Agencies Note a 10% Decline in Job Vacancies in Georgia

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Georgia’s employment agencies note a decline in available vacancies in the October-November period Compared to September, the total of available jobs has declined by 10 percent, the representative of the employment website HR.com.ge told CBW. There is always a slight decline tendency observed in this sector toward the end of …

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EU Extends Mandate of Special Representative for South Caucasus

Herbert Salber

The EU extended the mandate of the special representative for the South Caucasus and the Crisis in Georgia, Herbert Salber. Salber’s mandate was extended until Feb. 28, 2017, said the EU website Nov. 23. He was appointed on July 8, 2014. Currently, nine EU special representatives support the work the …

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The Role of Russia in The Georgian Economy

The Role of Russia in The Georgian Economy

A significant decrease in oil prices, geopolitical tensions and sanctions established by the western countries has resulted in retarding the pace of development of the Russian economy, which, on its part, has reflected on partner countries, among them is Georgia. a) The Georgian export to Russia in January-September of 2015 …

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479 Foreign Citizens Denied Entrance into Georgia Since Paris Attacks

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A total of 479 foreign citizens were not allowed to enter Georgia in the last 10 days, according to the Ministry of Internal Affairs. The Ministry has published the results of stricter border control following the Paris terrorist attacks. According to the Ministry, the border police officers detained 1 Georgian …

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