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Operator of Anaklia Sea Port to be Chosen Before July 31

Operator of Anaklia Sea Port to be Chosen Before July 31

Who will become operator of Anaklia Sea Port will be named in the next month. According to information portal Joc, Georgia must select operator of the terminal among 6 canidates until July 31. The finalists include two companies from Singapore and one each from China, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and the Netherlands, …

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Free Parcel Freight to USA – New Project by Barami Company

Free Parcel Freight to USA – New Project by Barami Company

Barami company is the first shipping company in Georgia that provides air, sea freight and land transportation services. Barami Logistics has launched a new project in Georgia. In his interview with the Marketer, Barami executive director Dimitri Kimadze has talked about the company’s new services – When was the company …

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US Marks June as Georgian Wine Month

US Marks June as Georgian Wine Month

Georgian wine is making impression in the United States. America has launched a month-long campaign June – Georgian Wine Month where Georgian produced wine is the centre of attention (read more: June 2016 is Georgian Wine Month in USA). Four US cities hosted a special Georgian wine tasting events where wine-lovers …

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Georgian Railway and Deutsche Bahn are Deepening Cooperation

Georgian Railway and Deutsche Bahn are Deepening Cooperation

German Deutsche Bahn and Georgian Railway will sign a memorandum of co-understanding on July 1. The event coincides to the visit of  German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier in Georgia, he is accompanied by delegations of culture and economy. However, “Round Table” is planned for the representatives of economic sector alongside …

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Temporary Connecting Road to Russia to be Opened in 2 weeks

Temporary Connecting Road to Russia to be Opened in 2 weeks

According to Minister of Infrastructure, temporary road in Devdoraki Gorge allegedly will be opened in 2 weeks. Pace of the works is dependent on the weather. Creation of new bed for the River Tergi is already started. Moreover, the government is discussing more safe way for construction of constant road. …

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Petrocas Plans to Start Supplying fuel Through Georgian Corridor

Petrocas Plans to Start Supplying fuel Through Georgian Corridor

“Rosneft” plans to start supplying fuel through Georgia and Azerbaijan in 2017. According to Vano Nakaidze, general director of Petrocas Energy Group (holds 49% of Rosneft),  Petrocas is planning to build a logistics terminal via the South Caucasian corridor. “Rosneft oil products should be brought in Petrocas own oil terminal …

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The Million-Dollar Blogger and his Life of Total Travel

The Million-Dollar Blogger and his Life of Total Travel

There can’t be many full-time bloggers in the world who employ wealth managers. Johnny Ward, a 32-year-old Irishman intent on “living life with passion,” is one. He’s one of a handful of travel bloggers in the world earning six-figure incomes each year through their blogging. In a few weeks he’ll complete a …

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Maestro TV Cancels Contracts with 32 Current Journalists

Local television channel Maestro TV cancels contracts with 32 of its Journalists working for BusinessContact and Business Morning programs. The cancellation of journalists contracts comes after their expressed support for BusinessContact’s former director Giorgi Isakadze after Maestro TV’s new management fired him without any clear argumentation. Since then Isakadze has expressed …

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Georgian Scientist Wins Global Forum (WSIS)

Nino Demetrashvili

Dimitri Kumsishvili, Minister of Economy, has met with Georgian scientist Nino Demetrashvili, who has won the award contest of the World Summit on Information Society (WSIS), and handed over an appropriate award to her. Giorgi Jaiani, director of Ilia Vekua Institute for Applied Mathematics and Ekaterine Kubusidze, head of the …

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