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Georgia Plans to Export Citrus to Central Asia

Citrus in Georgia

In the near future, Georgian citruses might be  exported  to Central Asia. As the Minister of Agriculture of Georgia Zaur Putkaradze  states CBW, the Ministry  is actively negotiating on this issue. It is assumed that the products can be transported to Central Asia in a  ferry across the Caspian Sea. “Our …

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Sergey Lavrov’s View as to Why Turkey Shot Down SU-24 Plane


Shooting the Su-24 down, Turkey may have tried to disrupt the talks on Syria taking place in the Vienna format. According to TASS, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov stated this after his talks with Cypriot counterpart Ioannis Kasoulides. According to Lavrov, the Turkish side must realize what it needs to …

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Georgia Ranks 78 in Information Technology Development Index (IDI).

GEORGIATBILISIView of Tbilisi Old town Sololaki

Georgia ranks 78th in Information Technology Development Index (IDI). Georgia occupies 78th place among 167 countries in the 2015 rating set out by International Telecommunication Union. The country is 7 steps ahead compared to the 2010 rating. According to International Telecommunication Union, Georgia’s Information Development Index has amounted to 5,25 in …

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SOCAR Reduces Oil Export from Georgian Supsa Port


The State Oil Company of Azerbaijan (SOCAR) exported 2.37 million tons of oil from Georgian Supsa port from Jan.-Oct. 2015, or 6.4 percent less than in the same period in 2014, said the message from the company. SOCAR exported 338,590 tons of oil from Supsa in October 2015, compared to …

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Georgian Government Fosters Dialogue with Business Society

business society Georgia

The Georgian Government is continuing its dialogue with local business leaders, introducing them to current and future reforms, and offering a supportive hand to the wider business community as it carries out its activities. At the Business Dialogue with Government meeting Georgia’s Economy Minister Dimitry Kumsishvili met representatives from Georgian …

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Cargo from China to Europe will Pass Through Georgia, Bypassing Russia

China oil importer

Large transport and logistics operators of Azerbaijan, Turkey, Kazakhstan and Georgia have agreed on creating consortium for cargo transportation from China to Europe, said the message from Georgian Railway. The agreement was reached during the presentation of opportunities and prospects for the Trans-Caspian transport route “China-Turkey-Europe” in Istanbul. “The founders …

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Opening of a New Hotel in Tbilisi Suspended Indefinitely

Opening of a New Hotel in Tbilisi Suspended Indefinitely

The Iranian company has indefinitely postponed the hotel’s opening in Tbilisi. The hotel will be located in a former building of the Department of Statistics on Peking Str.4. At the moment a trade center is operating there. The third-seventh floors were bought by Comfort Ltd company owned by a few foreigners, …

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