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Georgia’s Population Reaches 3 720 804

Georgia

Georgia’s population reaches 3 720 804. From which 1,779 million is man and 1,940 million woman. According to Geostat, 337 000 people live in Ajara region, 113 000 in Guria, 532 000 in Imereti, Kakheti- 318 000, Mtskheta 94 000, Racha-Lechkhumi, Lower Svaneti 31 000, Samegrelo, upper Svaneti 329 000, Samtskhe-Javakheti- 160 000, Kvemo-Kartli 426 000 …

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Where to Go in 2016: Top 16 Up-and-Coming Destinations

Where to Go in 2016: Top 16 Up-and-Coming Destinations

The best stories arise from the road less traveled. As new routes launch, developing nations welcome tourism and closed-off regions emerge. So what’s hot in 2016? We asked an expert panel of pros who thrive and survive on travel to new frontiers. Whether it’s staring into the eyes of a …

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Georgia Start-Up Nation?- Linkedin

Why should startups move to Tbilisi in Georgia, Hila Peled CEO & Founder at Topishare publishes an article about Georgia. Georgia is located between Asia and Europe. With Europe being an important player, and Asia developing quickly, Georgia has the advantages of both worlds. The capital city Tbilisi, is a vibrant town, with a well-working commerce …

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Enslaving Agreement with TAV Georgia Hampers Airport Construction in Kakheti

The enslaving agreement with TAV Georgia hampers the construction of an international airport in the Kakheti Region, Irakli Shiolashvili, the Kakheti Region Governor, noted. The agreement with TAV Georgia deprives the Georgian party the right to construct a new international airport within a specified distance. We hope the Georgian Economy …

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Mose Toidze Art Profession Learning Center Set out for Auction

Mose toidze

The state property national agency of the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia has set out the property located at Chonkadze Street N21 for term online auction. Mose Toidze Art Profession Learning Center used to function on the state-owned land plots of 3841 square meters and buildings on …

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Georgian Students Succeed at NASA Innovation Contest

GEORGIAN STUDENTS IN NASA

Georgian young inventors Giorgi Margiani, Beka Mikadze, Giorgi Nioradze and Vakhtang Kontridze have won the Millennium Innovations Award as part of the US Millennium Innovations Contest, the US Embassy in Georgia has released the due statement. By the financial support of the US Government, the innovations contest for secondary school …

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Koba Gvenetadze: Loans must not Worsen Borrower’s Economic Conditions

Koba Gvenetadze

The country should pay more attention to online loans system, the national bank’s president Koba Gvenetadze noted. The Baltic Countries have developed a good experience in terms of online loan regulations and currently, we are studying this experience. It is upon the Authorities to determine which instance will regulate the …

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Georgian Railway Sets Additional Train for Easter Celebration

Georgian Railway Sets Additional Train for Eastern Celebration

Georgian Railway is going to set additional trains towards Zugdidi on April 29 and 1st of May and towards Tbilisi on April 30 and 02 May the train will perform work. The main reason of putting extra rapid train (#880/879) is the increased stream of passengers. The train will operate from the Central …

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Silk Road Investment Corporation to Represent Investment Projects in May

Silk Road Investment Corporation to Represent Investment Projects in May

Davit Saganelidze, executive director of Partnership Fund has hosted official delegation of Silk Road Investment Corporation in the Fund. Representatives of the biggest company of  Chinese Province Jiangxi have discussed issues on cooperation deepening and development of joint projects. Silk Road Investment Corporation will visit Georgia with specific investment proposals in …

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