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Azercell Secures Leading Position in Twitter

Azercell Secures Leading Position in Twitter

Azercell Telecom, leading mobile operator of Azerbaijan, has become a leader among local brands in Twitter once again. The company has achieved 100% result for customer inquiry response via its official Twitter page. Azercell received 656 inquiries – the highest number among mobile operators and all inquiries were responded promptly. …

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Ruling Georgian Coalition to Face Post-Election Collapse – Deputy PM

Ruling Georgian Coalition to Face Post-Election Collapse - Deputy PM

Georgia’s deputy prime minister and energy minister Kakha Kaladze said Feb. 22 he believed the ruling Georgian Dream-Democratic Georgia coalition would collapse after this year’s legislative election, the Sputnik International news agency reported. “Sooner or later it will happen and the coalition will fall apart,” he said. “This is nothing …

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No Decrease Expected in Number of Russian Tourists to Turkey

No Decrease Expected in Number of Russian Tourists to Turkey

The crisis in Ankara-Moscow relations will not lead to decrease in the number of Russian tourists visiting Turkey, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said Feb. 22. He noted that it is not the first year the Russian tourists visit Turkey, TRT Haber TV channel reported. Turkey will make every effort to …

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Georgian Milk Production Increased, Eggs and Meat Production Reduced

Georgian Milk Production Increased, Eggs and Meat Production Reduced

The volume of milk production has significantly increased during the year 2015, however, at the same time the production of meat and eggs led to a remarkable reduction. Based on the data provided by “GeoStat” in advance, in the fourth quarter of 2015, milk production comprised 125.1 million liter. Meaning …

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Sanofi Against Freedom of Speech

Sanofi Against Freedom of Speech

We at CBW want to stress that the article in question did not state that the majority of Humanity Georgia’s employees have worked specifically for Sanofi, but rather a range of internationally represented pharmaceutical companies. This information does not represent a subject of special interest for CBW’s editorial board. We …

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Iran Eyes Expanded Energy ties With Azerbaijan

Iran Eyes Expanded Energy ties With Azerbaijan

Bilateral relations between Iran and Azerbaijan, the energy-rich neighbor countries, have deepened following the nuke deal and the lifting of international sanctions against Tehran. These developments promise new opportunities and prospects for economic cooperation between the two countries, in particular in the energy sector. Hamid Chitchian, Iran’s Energy Minister, believes that …

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PM: Europe Should Not Put Obstacle in The Way of Georgia’s Visa Liberalization

PM: Europe Should Not Put Obstacle in The Way of Georgia's Visa Liberalization

Any failure in Georgia’s visa liberalization process will encourage those that oppose Georgia’s European integration, says Georgia’s Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili. Kvirikashvili spoke about his country’s European aspirations in an interview with the Georgian Service of the Radio Liberty/Radio Free Europe. “We are not moving towards Europe but we are …

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Caucasus Business Week #134

Caucasus Business Week #134

1. Kadagidze’s Presidency Ends: 7 Years of Positive and Negative Events 2. Sanofi Against Freedom of Speech 3. Nino Zambakhidze: We Appreciate Growing Efforts in Agriculture Sector 4. Georgia’s Perspectives After Visa Regime Removal with Iran 5. More than 100 000 Borrowers Lost Property in Georgia 6. Anaklia Seaport Potential …

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Georgia’s Perspectives After Visa Regime Removal with Iran

Iran Georgia

Georgia has abolished the visa regime with Iran. Starting February 15, citizens of Iran are able to arrive in Georgia without entrance visas. This signifies the citizens of Iran who own ordinary passports of Iran are let enter Georgia without entrance visas and stay in the country for 45 days. …

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New Cableway was Launched in Tetnuldi

Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure

New cableway was added to the resort Tetnuldi – the first phase of construction of “Tetnuldi” by the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure was terminated successfully. The cable car includes six chairs and was built by the French company “Poma“. Prime Minister visited the cableway that will serve to …

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