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Council of Europe Thorbjørn Jagland Discusses Key Issues on his Visit to Tbilisi


Georgia-Council of Europe cooperation, the situation in Georgia’s occupied territories, the engagement of the Council of Europe in protecting human rights and trust-building in the conflict zones were the main topics discussed at the meeting between Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili and Secretary General of the Council of Europe Thorbjørn …

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Reliable Partner Proved in Time – 10 Years of Success of GLCC Law Company


GLCC law company marks its 10th anniversary of  successful operation on the market. From very inception, the company is oriented on development. The 10-year success of GLCC company was preconditioned  by joint efforts and contribution of founders, employees, a team of professional lawyers, clients and partner companies. Professionalism and team …

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Georgian Economy to Increase Despite of Current Circumstances in the Region


According to National Statistics Office of Georgia, Georgian economy has been increased with 2.2%. Economic Analyst, Rezo Beridze believes that considering circumstances in the region, Georgia has a satisfactory economic rate. These are preliminary statistics which is satisfactory at this stage if we consider the circumstances in the region. There …

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Georgian Chacha Enters Australian Market – Zearis Expands Exports Market

Zearis Chacha

Zearis company has entered Australian market. The company exported a test consignment of Georgian Chacha to Australia 2 weeks ago with the aim to explore the consumer demand for the mentioned product. Zearis Chacha is successfully sold in Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan and Estonia, the company director Ramaz Krichinashvili  told GBC. Negotiations …

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Perspectives for Constructing Solar Power Stations in Georgia


Having implemented the first wind power station construction projects and announced interests expression for another implementation, Government of Georgia plans to explore perspectives for constructing solar power stations in the country. Government of Georgia and KJSC Caucasus Solar Company will sign an understanding memorandum for carrying feasibility studies in order …

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PSP Unveils New British-Model Pharmacy in Sachkhere


PSP continues expanding a network of pharmacies. The company has unveiled a new pharmacy in Sachkhere, Imereti Region. “Our clients have met the opening of a new pharmacy with much interest and content. This pharmacy, like all other British-model ones, comprises three departments: pharmacy zone separately; everything for children and …

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Israeli Printing Company Enters Georgian Market


AFIC, major Israeli printing company, has opened a representation in Georgia. The company is specialized in production of printer cartridges and other printing products. Initially, AFIC will supply top quality cartridges to Georgian market, while later the company plans to open a plant too. Several days ago the company has …

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Whether Oil Companies Raised Fuel Prices before Upturn in Excise Tax


Starting January 1, 2017 excise tax has increased on automobiles and fuel. «Excise tax will increase on imported vehicles and I would like to note that excise tax will be several times lower compared to rates in neighboring countries. Excise tax will  also increase on oil products», Prime Minister Giorgi …

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