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World Famous Companies with A Huge Experience and Financial Potential Represent AlphaMedic

AlphaMedic Consortium Represented by the World’s Famous Companies with Huge Experience and Financial Potential

AlphaMedic Consortium plans to invest about 0.5 billion USD in rehabilitating three hospitals in Tbilisi, namely Tbilisi Children’s Infectious Clinic Hospital, the former Republican Hospital and the Universal Medical Center (the former oncology center). Under the medical clinics development project, three companies had submitted proposals for the government-announced tender. However, …

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2 Billion GEL Will Be Written off to Taxpayers

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Taxpayers, who do not have activities, more than 2,033 billion GEL will be written off within the frame of tax reform. Namely, accrued and unpaid debt until January 1, 2011 (1,410,407,433 GEL will be written off to 69 700 entities ), penalties imposed on accrued debt until January 1, 2013, …

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Nikoloz Chkhetiani to Head Supervisory Board of Cartu Bank

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Nikoloz Chkhetiani will head Cartu Bank Georgia and its Supervisory Board. Chkhetiani has become the third member of the Board in both companies, which has become vacant after George Liluashvili ( former chairman of Supervisory Board and general director of the bank) has left the position. He became deputy mayor of Tbilisi. …

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TBC Bank Becomes Partner of Tbilisi Opera House

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TBC bank became partners with Tbilisi State opera house today, an agreement signed between  two parties aims at promoting Georgian ballet and implement several cultural and social events. TBC bank fully supports culture sector in Georgia. We are honored to work with such prominent stars as Nino Ananiashvili and other …

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Top 7 Valentine’s Day Getaways in Georgia

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Valentine’s Day, over the years, has become a truly international celebration of romance including Georgia. And you can certainly find great places to celebrate in our country. Here are our top seven “getaway” places in which to celebrate Valentine’s Day… 1. Sighnaghi: The City of Love The city is known for …

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BP expects gas output from Shah Deniz to remain high

BP expects gas output from Shah Deniz to remain high

BP expects production from Azerbaijani Shah Deniz field to continue at high level in 2016, BP’s Regional President for Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey, Gordon Birrell told in an interview to Natural Gas Europe. “Shah Deniz continues its good production delivery. In 2015, the field provided reliable deliveries of gas to …

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Ukrainian Nova Poshta Wants to Become the Georgian Market Leader

Ukrainian "Nova Poshta" Wants to Become the Georgian Market Leader

Georgian representation of the Ukrainian carrier Nova Poshta, which has been operating in Georgia since last year, has set an ambitious target to become the market leader. According to the company’s sales director, Nova Poshta is trying to occupy its niche in the market that is a great challenge, but …

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Georgia Makes Significant Steps Enter EU Energy Union

Georgia Makes Significant Steps Enter EU Energy Union

Discussions concerning development of Georgian energy sector were continued at the meeting of Prime Minister of Georgia Giorgi Kvirikashvili and Vice-President of the European Commission and Commissioner for Energy Union Marosh Shevchovich. Prime Minister discussed ongoing energy sector-related investment projects with the Commissioner. The sides exchanges their visions regarding aspirations …

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Google’s Sundar Pichai becomes highest-paid CEO in US

Google's Sundar Pichai becomes highest-paid CEO in US

Google Inc.’s Sundar Pichai is poised to become one of the highest-paid executives of a publicly traded company this year after parent Alphabet Inc. awarded him restricted stock worth about $199 million. Pichai, who is Google’s chief executive officer, received 273,328 Class C shares on Feb. 3 that will vest …

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