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Tbilisi to Host the 73rd Startup Battle

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Hospitable Tbilisi opens New Season of International Investment Battles – the City to Host the 73rd Startup Battle on February 21. The event will be held as part of the First Ukrainian-Georgian Investment Forum, the main purpose of which is the organization of direct governmental and business contacts of Ukrainian business …

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Wind Power Plant to be Built in Zestaponi as Well

Wind Power Plant to be Built in Zestaponi as Well

Energy Development Fund invites investors for construction of wind power plant in Zestaponi. According to the Fund, preliminary studies have been already conducted at the selected area, proposal submission term is determined by one month from January 18 and the winner will be revealed among them. Construction of a plant …

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Our 9,000-Year Love Affair With Booze

Our 9,000-Year Love Affair With Booze

Alcohol isn’t just a mind-altering drink: It has been a prime mover of human culture from the beginning, fueling the development of arts, language, and religion. If you’re a beermaker in Germany, Martin Zarnkow is a guy you want to know. Students come to his department at the Technical University …

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ACS Group Shows Interest in Anaklia Seaport Project Implementation

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Prime Minister of Georgia Giorgi Kvirikashvili has met with Florentino Pérez, Head of ACS Group, the world’s one of the leading building companies,  and Real Madrid F.C. president. Georgian Prime Minister introduced the 4-clause government plan to Florentino Pérez, including the space arrangement component that calls for implementing large-scale infrastructural …

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KAMPA Asks Government to Free Georgian Entrepreneurs from Imports Tax

KAMPA Asks Government to Free Georgian Entrepreneurs from Imports Tax

Aleksandre Buadze, director general of KAMPA company, has applied to Government of Georgia to exempt Georgian entrepreneurs from imports tax. Products imported from the CIS countries are not taxed by 12%, while entrepreneurs have to pay the tax in all other cases, the company director general Aleksandre Buadze noted. “Regretfully, …

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