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Daily Archives: December 18, 2016

International Service Provider Arvato Entered Georgia

International Service provider Arvato has entered Georgian market, aiming to employ 500 citizens. Arvato is a leading international service provider that thrives on digital technology. Every day, over 70,000 Arvato employees in more than 40 countries.  Its services include customer support by phone, email and chat, the development and execution …

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Trump Moves to Cancel Deals in Azerbaijan, Georgia

The Trump Organization has canceled a licensing deal for a hotel in Azerbaijan and is taking steps to do the same for a project in neighboring Georgia, part of recent efforts by the president-elect to extricate his business from thorny relationships five weeks before he takes office. Both projects either …

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Conceptual Vision of Tbilisi Sea Area Developed

A masterplan for the development of the Tbilisi Sea area has been prepared with the participation of international partners. The masterplan, commissioned by the Tbilisi City Hall and prepared by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). The masterplan, as a precondition of far-reaching development, involves the creation of recreational, sports and health zones and …

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With/Against the Flow: Exhibition of Contemporary Photographic Interventions

Karvasla Exhibition season exploring function and representation in photography, hosts it’s first exhvbition called With/Against the Flow and will feature some of the best known works by German-based artists Viktoria Binschtok and Michael Schaefer. The exhibition was organised by the Georgian National Museum (GNM), Goethe Institute Georgia and Institute of …

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History of Georgia’s Winemaking Exhibited in Labels

Georgian National Museum / Simon Janashia Museum of Georgia invites you to the exhibition “The Art of Labels” which is dedicated to the famous Georgian brandy manufacturer David Sarajishvili. The exhibition will be open on December 20, 2016 –  January 9, 2017. “The Art of Labels” is the first large-scale …

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3rd Century BC Archaeological Treasures on Display in Tbilisi

The national museum in Tbilisi has put on display some archaeological treasures dating back to the third century BC. All the items were uncovered on the territory where, ‘Mits keda’, Georgia’s ancient capital once stood. The city represents one of the richest archaeological sites in Georgia. Around 300 pieces of …

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Which Streets Were Most Popular Ones in Tbilisi in October?

Tbilisi real property market slowed down, but with 3 199 market transactions recorded in October 2016, it remains much more active as compared to October 2015. During the last 10 months (January-October, 2016) 605 new buildings with total area of 1 202 828 sq.m have been supplied to the real …

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