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Veins Urgent Assistance Center to Launch Operation

Veins Urgent Assistance Center to Launch Operation

Free Consultations for Prevention of Chronic Vein Disease. Starting April 9 a veins urgent assistance center will launch operation at Tbilisi Mall  to provide free consultations about progression of chronic vein diseases and risks of their progress, as well as to introduce prevention mechanisms and share recommendations that should be …

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Georgians Will Learn to Create Drones with the EU’s Assitnace

Georgians Will Learn to Create Drones with the EU’s Assitnace

Drone project began in Georgia, Armenia, Moldova and Belarus. Accoridng to the portal Digital Report, the project is carried out within the Eastern Partnership of the EU. European specalists will teach thier colleagues new technologies and creation of unmanned aerial vehicles. The project is for 3 years, a total of …

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Hotel Rooms to be Built in Sagarejo

Hotel Rooms to be Built in Sagarejo

City Loft will build a 30-room hotel “Rooms” in village Sataple in line with modern standards. The hotel complex will be tightly tied to the agriculture tourism. Local, Georgian ecologically clean products will be represented at the territory of the hotel, which will be harvested on the land plot owned …

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Adjara Group Will Serve Tbilisi-Baku Flight by Air Taxi

Adjara Group Will Serve Tbilisi-Baku Flight by Air Taxi

Aviator, Air Company of Adjara Group offers air taxi service on Tbilisi-Baku flight. News Agency Trend reports relying on the source that cost of this flight amounts to 6930 USD. However, number of travelers does not have an impact on the price. Flights will be performed by Beechcraft KingAir C90GTX …

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Telegraph: Tbilisi Succeeds Where British Politicians Failed

Telegraph: Tbilisi Succeeds Where British Politicians Failed

The bank meeting in the Georgian capital created a genuine link between ‘advanced’ Western countries and emerging markets of the East. I spent much of last week in Tbilisi, a city of around 1.5m people on the south-eastern fringe of Europe. Sitting at the juncture of historic East-West trade routes, …

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Azerbaijan may Cancel Interest Rate Limit for Insured Deposits

Azerbaijan may Cancel Interest Rate Limit for Insured Deposits

Azerbaijan may cancel the uppermost limit of the interest rate for insured deposits of individuals, Azad Javadov, executive director of the Azerbaijan Deposit Insurance Fund (ADIF), told Trend. He said this can be done through expanding ADIF mandate and amending Azerbaijan’s legislation. The head of the Fund noted that these …

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Trans-Caspian Route Prospective for Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan

Trans-Caspian Route Prospective for Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan

Implementation of the Trans-Caspian International Transport Route project opens great prospects for Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan, Vladimir Telnov, deputy director of the Institute of Public Policy for the Kazakh ruling Nur Otan Party, said. He made the remarks Apr. 4 during the Baku-Astana video conference following the official visit of Kazakh …

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Nabeghlavi to Unveil New 30 million EUR Plant in June

Tskali Margebeli company will unveil a new plant worth of 30 million EUR in June 2017. The company head Avtandil Svimonishvili told Business Course that products manufactured by the new plant will appear on the market in early summer. At this stage, modern equipments are being installed at the pant …

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