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Govt Portal is Established to Promote Employment

In order to Promote Employment, Another Govt Portal is Established

State recruitment portal which connects job seekers and employers with each other, set up in April 2014. The Ministry of Labor Health and Social Affairs of Georgia reported that 60 545 job seekers are already registered on the portal by today. In addition 740 people are employed the grace of this …

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SilkTV to Broadcast New Season of Game of Thrones

SilkTV to Broadcast New Season of Game of Thrones

Following the world premiere, SilkTV plans to launch rebroadcasting of Game of Thrones, a notorious TV serial. For movie lovers the company has purchased new channels A-Media Premium, A-Media Hit and  A-Media1 that broadcast movie products of HBO, Showtime, CBS, Starz, FOX, Sony, Fremantle, ABC, BBC, ТНТ, Cinemax, The CW …

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Azim Sadikov: Georgian Economy Demonstrated Resistance to Shocks

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) forecasts that the Georgian economy will grow by 2.5% in 2016 and by 4.5% in 2017. The IMF representative Azim Sadikov told the Business Contact. The current year will not be simple, but the stabilization signs are evident. “In the last year the growth pace …

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Georgia Expands Perennial Crops onto Additional 24 000 Hectares

The space of perennial crops (fruits, citrus, vine, tea,) made up 226 143 hectares in 2015, up 24 000 hectares as compared to 2014, the Georgian Agriculture Ministry reports. Special expansion of perennial crops space is reported in the Regions of Kakheti, Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti, Imereti, Shida Kartli and Racha-Lechkhumi. This …

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Georgian Language to Be Taught in Greece

The Ministry of Education, Research and Religion Affairs of Greece has passed a resolution on enforcement of a pilot program for teaching Georgian language at Greek public schools. The Georgian Embassy in Greece has already received a due notification from the Ministry, the Georgian MFA reports. According to the decision, …

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