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360 Degree View Conference Center Underway in Gudauri

Conference center with 360 degree view will be built on one of the highest points of the ropeway in Gudauri, – Georgian Prime Minister has declared at the government session today. According to the Prime Minister, conference centre must be built on one of the highest points near the ropeway …

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Young Georgian Architects in Discussion for Projects Construction in Canada

George Maisuradze

Young Georgian architects teamed up with Italian group from Politecnico di Milano for Toronto waterfront development charrette project. George Maisuradze and Nodar Kvanchiani, representing   Politecnico di Milano, along with 250 other young architects were called to create innovative solutions for existing urban, social, and ecological problems and establish brand new …

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Opening Night of the First Georgian 3D Animation to Take Place at Annecy

The opening of the first Georgian 3D animation will take place today, on 14th of March, 2017 in Annecy International Animated Film Festival. The opening night of Dato Kiknavelidze’s animated movie Geno is taking place today at Annecy International Animated Film Festival. This is the first case when Georgian animation …

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Georgian Qvevri Wines at RAW Fair in London

Georgian wines are represented alongside some of the most exciting collections of natural and organic wines at RAW artisan wine fair in London, United Kingdom, on March 12-13. The RAW WINE festival annually celebrates some of the best natural wine producers in the world, with this year’s event featuring more …

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New Airline at Tbilisi and Batumi International Airports

From June, 2017 Russian air company Nordavia plans to perform direct flights from St. Petersburg towards to Tbilisi and Batumi International Airports. Flights on the route St. Petersburg-Tbilisi –St. Petersburg will be performed twice a week, on Mondays and Fridays and every Saturdays at Batumi International Airport.  Flights will be …

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Tourism Season Peak and Problems

Gudauri Winter resort

Business sector confirms  tourists inflow to ski resorts has increased thanks to new ski tracks and lower prices compared to Europe. However, ski resorts record many problems too, representatives of hotels noted. Bakuriani Managers of Piramida, a Bakuriani-based guesthouse, state that tourists inflow considerably increased at the beginning of 2017, …

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Georgia A Small But Unique Beauty: Euronews

Euronews spoke at Berlin’s ITB to Giorgi Chogovadze, Head of Administration at the Georgian National Tourism Administration about how Georgia’s tourist potential stands out in comparison to its competitors in the Caucasus region. “Georgia is the cradle of wine and has unique places to be visited, they are part of …

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Georgia’s Top Ten Investor Companies

According to Geostat, the major investor in the list are IDS Borjomi Georgia, Magticom, Energo Pro Georgia, TAV Georgia and Metro Avrasya Georgia (Metro). The latter company is specialized in leasing commercial spaces, development companies and transport stations. The list of top ten investor companies also includes: Georgian branch of …

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EBRD Swerves Plans for Allocating 125 million USD Resource to Rustavi Azot

EBRD will not allocate a 125 million USD financial resource to Rustavi Azot. The EBRD regional director Bruno Balvanera told BusinessContract that  the company has not fulfilled the agreement-determined obligations and global market dynamics should be also taken into account. “We were working jointly with Rustavi Azot and approved a …

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22-Year-Old Farmer Girl Has An Unique Quail Farm

Nino Tsintsalashvili

Nino Tsintsalashvili, a 22-year-old girl, launched quail egg production 2 years ago. The young farmer keeps 60 quails in winter period, while the number grows to 600 ones in summer period. The young entrepreneur supplies the product to restaurants and stores in Gurjaani, Sagarejo and Telavi, Kakheti Region, bpn.ge reports. …

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