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ADB Names New Director for Azerbaijan

ADB Names New Director for Azerbaijan

Nariman Mannapbekov, who assumed office today as the new Azerbaijan Country Director for the Asian Development Bank (ADB), said he welcomes the opportunity to broaden ADB’s support for the country, including in new areas, according to a message posted on the ADB website Apr. 11. “ADB and Azerbaijan have a …

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IMF to Publish the Review on Georgian Economy for July

IMF to Publish the Review on Georgian Economy for July

International Monetary Fund (IMF) has announced to publish Georgian Economy Assessment July 2016. According to IMF, the latest such consultation took place in July 2013, and an update is planned for July 2016. In 2014, the IMF also updated its Financial System Stability Assessment (FSAP) of Georgia. The Fund notes in …

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Lessons in Flying Creatively with Leavingstone

Lessons in Flying Creatively with Leavingstone

As we come to realize that climate change is a massive global issue, a few campaigns come to mind. UK’s Neat Streets had passersby decide whether Ronaldo or Messi was the best football player using cigarette butts, and French Intermarché’s award-winning Inglorious Fruit brought to light the unreasonable waste produced …

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Minister of Finance of Georgia Met EBRD’s Representatives

MOF

With the support of European Bank for Reconstruction and Development current projects and plans concerning the future collaboration with Georgia were discussed and analysed by Nodar Khaduri, Minister of Finance of Georgia and the representatives of EBRD at the meeting held in Ministry of Finance building. Mostly the discussion was about …

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Rosemary GEORGE, Master of Wine: Georgia Will Be Seen as a Small Niche Producer

Georgian wine

UK-based Institute of Masters of Wine sent its delegation to Georgia The first “Masters of Wine Trip to Georgia”, organized in cooperation with Georgian Wine Association, was a highly professional event, which envisaged retrospective tastings of indigenous grape varieties as well as microvinifications of high-quality rare Georgian varieties. Hvino News …

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Georgian Chefs Put a Contemporary Twist on Traditional Recipes

Georgian Chefs Put a Contemporary Twist on Traditional Recipes

CBW is providing the article published in Newsweek, prepared by WENDELL POTTER, WENDELL STEAVENSON on 4/10/16 AT 6:56 PM. “When I first went to Georgia in 1998, I stayed at Betsy’s, the only hotel in Tbilisi that was not full of refugees from the Georgian government’s wars with the breakaway provinces of Abkhazia and …

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