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Georgian Railway Excludes Hinder in the Project Funding

Georgian Railway Excludes Hinder in the Project Funding

Georgian Railway excludes hinder in the project funding despite the reduction of cargo turnover in Georgian corridor. Mamuka Bakhtadze, general director of Georgian Railway has declared about it to GBC. Company’s CEO does not exclude definite reduction and he plans to make the balance by the gained revenues through 2014-2015. “Decline …

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Smart Trading Will Grow Vineyards in Shilda

Smart Trading Will Grow Vineyards in Shilda

Company Smart Trading plans to grow vineyards and build wine cellar. Land plot of 6017 square m in Shilda, non-agricultural land area of 2997 square m,  agricultural (arable) land of 4529 square m and 12020 square m  has been delivered to the company in Kvareli municipality with director form of …

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Georgian Fashion: The Next Big Thing?

Georgian Fashion: The Next Big Thing?

The following is a partner post from EurasiaNet.org written by Monica Ellena. Republished with permission. Last October’s appointment of 35-year-old, Georgia-born Demna Gvasalia as creative director of the Paris-based fashion powerhouse Balenciaga is helping to put the South Caucasus country of Georgia on the international fashion map. But despite the opening up …

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Georgia Launches Film Incentive Scheme

Georgia Launches Film Incentive Scheme

With the launch of a “Film in Georgia” initiative by the country’s government, several Bollywood filmmakers are planning to explore the Eurpoean nation as a destination for shooting films, a minister said. Ketevan Bochorishvili, Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia, and Tatia Bidzinashvili, Film in Georgia cash …

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Hazardous Chemicals Leave Georgia

Chemicals

Up to 208 tonnes of outdated pesticides (substances used for destroying insects or other organisms harmful to cultivated plants) collected on Georgian territory are being transported from a temporary storage facility to France for final incineration. Such hazardous and obsolete chemicals have been stored in Georgia and other post-Soviet countries …

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London Hosts Georgian Wines Tasting and the Georgian Supra Event

Georgian wine

The Real Wine Fair, the natural wines international exhibition, held in London, the United Kingdom. By support of LEPL National Wine Agency of the Georgian Agriculture Ministry, seven Georgian winemaking companies producing natural wines have taken part in the exhibition – Pheasant’s Tears, Golden Wine, The Nikoladzes’ Marani, Mandili, Iago Wine, …

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Tbilisi-Batumi Highway Project Reduces Travel time By 1 Hour

Tbilisi-Makhinjauri

Head of Georgian Railways together with economy Minister Dimitry Kumsishvili visited main line of Tbilisi-Makhinjauri railway, where modernization project takes places. “Today, we have finished building of the second tunnel, in the frames of railway modernization project. Georgian government has granted the implementation of the project, which aims to increase bandwidth …

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