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European Stocks, Oil Fall After Deadly Blasts Hit Brussels

BELGIUM-ATTACKS-AIRPORT

European shares fell sharply on Tuesday, with travel and leisure stocks leading the market lower after explosions in Brussels killed several people. Explosions tore through the departure hall of Brussels airport, and a separate blast hit a metro station in the capital shortly afterwards, the Belgian public broadcaster RTBF said. …

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George Welton Expects Investment Growth by tax Reform

George Welton Expects Investment Growth by tax Reform

George Welton, Executive Director of American Chamber of Commerce considers, that tax reform should encourage reinvestment and support economic growth. Welton has announced about it at the meeting held at the Ministry of Finance and thanked the department for effective co-operation. “With this initiative, we should show the whole world …

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Cooperation Memorandum is Signed Between Partnership Fund and Zhangs’ Province

Cooperation Memorandum is Signed Between Partnership Fund and Zhangs' Province

Delegation of Partnership Fund continues the official visit in the Zhangs’ Province of People’s Republic of China. According to the Fund, delegation, headed by Davit Saganelidze, has met to Lu Sin Y, governor of Zhangs’ Province. The meeting has highlighted deepening issues of trade-economic relation between China and Georgia. A memorandum is signed, …

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George Welton to Popularize Georgia Worldwide as Investor-Friendly Country

George Welton to Popularize Georgia Worldwide as Investor-Friendly Country

George Welton, CEO of the American Chamber of Commerce in Georgia, positively appraises the profits tax reformation initiative and expects this legislative bill to encourage reinvestments, create new job places and intensify economic development. The tax administration will be also simplified as part of the reform, he added. “This initiative …

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Georgian Wine Bottle Ranina Ranked First at Top 10 Packaging Projects

Ranina

Georgian famous wine bottle of Ranina listed first among TOP 10 packaging PROJECTS & ARTICLES by the DieLine. Established in 2007, The Dieline is the brainchild of Andrew Gibbs, who sought daily inspiration while working as a packaging production artist. Noticing a void for package design inspiration on the web, …

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Chinese Strategic Market As Georgian Wine Export Increase

Chinese Strategic Market As Georgian Wine Export Increase

In the past 12 months the amount of Georgian wine China imported had increased dramatically. In 2015 China imported 2,672,154 bottles of Georgian wine – a 122 percent increase on 2014. Georgia was participating at the 10th China International Wine Fair (CIADE) as an honourable guest. The event took place in …

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Brussels Rocked by Deadly Attacks With Blasts at Airport, Subway

Many people have been killed or seriously injured in terrorist attacks at Brussels international airport and a city metro station, Belgium’s PM says. Two blasts tore through the departures area of Zaventem airport shortly after 08:00 local time (07:00 GMT). An hour later, an explosion hit Maelbeek metro station. The …

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Famous Wine Writer Publishes Book About Georgian Wine

Famous wine writer publishes book about Georgian wine

Famous American wine writer and natural wine advocate Alice Feiring talks about her newly released book titled ‘For the Love of Wine: My Odyssey Through the World’s Most Ancient Wine Culture.’ This is her fifth book about wine and this time it’s only about one place – Georgia. Georgian people, …

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Nana Keinishvili: Every Legal Effort for Lowering Medication Prices is Acceptable

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Medication prices are declining on the Georgian pharmaceutical market over the past four months. The recent report of the Panaskeretli Index proves this tendency too. Moreover, almost all major pharmacy networks have confirmed medication prices are decreasing in their chains. Parliament majority MP Nana Keinishvili comments on medication prices reduction …

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