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Life Goes On – Additional Source of Income for Pensioners

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Life Goes on” is Georgian Dream’s promise to the pensioners. The coalition will hold presentation of the program in the coming days and it envisages pensioners employment and tax benefits for the companies that employ pensioners. “This does not imply raise of social benefits of any pension. This is extra …

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Hillary Clinton’s Favorite Georgian Wine Costs 600 GEL

Hillary Clinton’s Favorite Georgian Wine Costs 600 GEL

 Hillary Clinton, the Democratic candidate in American presidential elections, has her own favorite wine in Georgia, and it turns out she often orders a couple of bottles. The red wine called Kvareli was first tasted by Hillary during her first visit to Georgia. She was the Secretary of State back then …

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Russia is Still Number One Exporter of Georgian Wine

As of January – July, 42% more bottles of wine were exported from Georgia. However, wine of 23 932 067 bottles (0,75 l) is exported in 44 countries during the reporting period. Cost of exported wine from Georgia totals to 55,3 million USD, which exceeds by 16% comparing to the …

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Spirit Sales are Increased

Spirit Sales are Increased

Export sales of brand spirit are increased 3 times in 5 months. Spirit of 9,3 million l, which cost totals to $25,5 million (Q1/16 – $8,751 million) is exported in January-July. 70% of export accounts for Armenia. Q1/16   01.08.16 Armenia   2 278 247   6 563 943 Ukraine …

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Pom Pom – Funny Title for Start-up, Funny Event Decorations

Pom Pom is a new start-up that will take care of your party details. They will decorate the places originally for photo session, birthday or wedding ceremonies. Nutsa Kiria, is the author of the idea of creation Pom-Pom and the director of this startup. She spoke to MARKETER how the idea came at …

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Why Georgian Greens Fail to Succeed on Russian Market?

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After the 2006 embargo, negotiations on exports of vegetable products to the Russian Federation resumed in 2013. At the end of May 2014 the Russian market was reopened for Georgia fruits and vegetables. At the first stage, citrus exports was resumed, later fruits, garden plants, including greens, were also admitted …

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