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Georgia Sets Preferential Tariff on Kazakh Cargo Transit

Georgia Sets Preferential Tariff on Kazakh Cargo Transit

Georgia, Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan have reached agreement on preferential tariffs for Kazakh cargo transit in the TransCaspian corridor. The agreement was reached at the meeting of TransCaspian International Transport Route Coordination Committee in Astana. A part of Kazakh export cargo, including cereals, oil products and nonferrous metals will enjoy preferential tariffs …

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KPMG in Georgia Adds a Second Partner As Business Doubles


Over the last three years the revenues of KPMG in Georgia have doubled, reflecting growth in all service lines (Audit, Tax & Legal and Advisory). Since 1 October 2016 Kakha Rukhadze is officially promoted to Partner in the KPMG CIS LLP partnership, increasing the number of Partners in KPMG Georgia to two. This promotion …

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An Artisan Cheesmaker in Tbilisi


We’ve seen the doleful little building a hundred times, every time we cross Tbilisi’s Dry Bridge. With the seductive words chacha, grappa and vino hand-painted on the wall enticing us like a red-light district lures lonely sailors, we would move on, thinking, “one of these days.” Then one sweltering summer …

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Rooms Hotels: The Georgian Secret Meant To Be Shared


Hospitality is a tenet many hotels boast, but few get right. At its core is a nuanced balance of generosity and respect that forms lasting memories, an intuitive response that has evolved into a competitive industry. Georgia, is widely extolled for its hospitality. There is no better way to find …

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In PR Practical Efforts Bring The Real Results

Nino Nodia

Caucasus Business Week offers you an interview with Nino Nodia (Zuzu), Pr manager of Voulez Vous, who spoke about her first job, work experience and shared some pieces of advice to younger generation. Nino has been working in perfumery sector for 15 years. What is your profession? I have graduated …

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There Are all Circumstances for the Stability of Georgian Currency


There are no dangers for the inflation of Georgian currency, according to the investment banker, Archil Gachechiladze. The head of G&T’s observational council talked about the improvement of fundamental factors, the growth of tourism, cessation of drop in export and the increase of the import. According to Archil Gachechiladze, whether …

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Georgia Elections Competitive and Well-Administered, Although allegations and incidents of Violence Impacted Campaign, International Observers Say


The 8 October parliamentary elections in Georgia were competitive, well-administered and fundamental freedoms were generally respected. The otherwise calm and open campaign atmosphere was, however, impacted by allegations of unlawful campaigning and some incidents of violence, the international observers concluded in a preliminary statement released today. Election day generally proceeded …

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Gepherrini, Georgian Brand of Bags, to Launch Footwear Production


Gepherrini, a Georgian brand of bags, will launch footwear production in about 2 months. The company founder Ilia Geferidze told the Commersant that Georgian footwear manufactured under the brand of Gepherrini will be oriented on medium segment and the products will be sold on both domestic and foreign markets, including …

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The Recent Rating of the Safest Airlines Revealed


International Portal AirlineRatings, published the rating of the safest airlines.  This year, only 20 companies were in the list, whereas there were 407 airlines which were willing to become part of the list. AirlineRatings offers us the following list:American Airlines; Alaska Airlines; All Nippon Airways; Air New Zealand; Cathay Pacific …

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