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New Regulations on Tobacco Products Should not Harm Economy

Georgia should be one of the successful samples in tobacco consumption issues, Minister of Economy Giorgi Gakharia said. Tobacco industry makes considerable transfers to state budget, but we should also meet European standards and norms, Gakharia said. “We should be one of the successful samples in tobacco consumption issues, but …

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Neil Janin Purchases 3,500 Shares of Bgeo Group PLC (BGEO) Stock

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Bgeo Group PLC (LON:BGEO) insider Neil Janin bought 3,500 shares of the stock in a transaction dated Monday, March 20th. The stock was bought at an average price of GBX 3,059 ($38.50) per share, for a total transaction of £107,065 ($134,757.71). Shares of Bgeo Group PLC (LON:BGEO) traded up 0.440689% …

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Kakha Kaladze – Transit Projects Add Great Value to the Country’s Energy Security

Trend.az publishes an exclusive interview with Kakha Kaladze, Deputy Prime Minister and Energy Minister of Georgia, where he talks about key issues regarding energy security and transit projects, however interview emphasizes mainly on the importance of Georgia-Azerbaijan energy relationship. Transit projects add great value to the country’s political significance and …

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Azerbaijan Eyes to Export Alternative Energy Solutions

Azerbaijan’s State Agency on Alternative and Renewable Energy Sources is taking part in international tenders for supply of engineering solutions, Jamil Melikov, deputy head of the state agency, told Trend. He said that there are certain prospects in the sphere of exporting solutions and technologies in alternative energy. “These prospects …

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Georgia To Export Unique Wine Tea

Project “Wine Tea” became the winner of the government program “Startup-Georgia”, Hvino News reported. This 100% natural powder product, obtained as result of processing of wine, was invented 25 years ago by a Georgian pharmacist professor Irakli Natroshvili. The founder of the startup Giorgi Bukia learned about this product from his lecturer, …

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These Are The Countries Where Georgian Government Owns Real Estate

Under the Government’s new initiative, National Agency of Public Registry (NAPR)  will launch registration of  real estate rights outside of Georgia. Georgia’s state rights on real estate outside of Georgia will be registered on systematical basis and the due information will be placed on NAPR official website in electronic format. …

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PASHA Bank Plants 1000 Oak Trees

This year again PASHA Bank congratulated its partners and clients on Easter in a special way: on behalf of its associates the Bank planted 1,000 Georgian Oak (Quercus Iberica) and Imeretian Oak (Quercus Imeretina) trees, the latter of which is in the Red List of threatened species of plants. The …

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Why one L.A. Wine Expert has Georgia on his Mind

Where wine is concerned, Taylor Parsons is almost never gobsmacked. The former wine director at République, the Hancock Park restaurant, author of one of the broadest, most idiosyncratic wine programs in the city, has managed the programs in some of L.A.’s finest restaurants, from Spago to Mozza. He has tasted …

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Airports of Georgia See 43.6% Q1 Traffic Surge

Passenger traffic through the airports of Georgia surged 43,6% year-on-year in the first quarter of 2017 to 621,800, Business Georgia portal cites the national civil aviation authority as saying. The traffic increase was observed both at the country’s large international airports of Tbilisi, Kutaisi, and Batumi, and at regional Princess …

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TransCaspian International Transport Corridor (TMTM) Efficiency Discussed in Kiev

On April 11 chiefs of railway administrations of Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Georgia – Kanat Alpisbaev, Voitsekh Balchun, Javid Gurbanov and Mamuka Bakhtadze met with Vladimer Groissman, Prime Minister of Ukraine. At the meeting the parties discussed efficiency of TransCaspian International Transportation Route (TMTM). The parties stressed the TMTM importance …

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