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Vogue: A Visit to Batumi – Georgia’s Most Charming Seaside Town


Stretching between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea, Georgia’s verdant landscape lies hushed. Sulfuric hot springs and smooth stone beaches offer the same unmatched beauty as when the Greeks and Byzantines traversed this land. Saperavi grape vines hang above streets. The wine is plentiful, as are the walnuts, filling …

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Wooden Workshop – From Christmas Decorations to Interior Projects


Company Wooden was founded 3 years ago by three friends: Rati Bakradze, Sandro Svanidze and Elene Gogichaishvili. The company made Christmas decorations in the beginning but later started making furniture and interior design. One of the founders of wooden company, Rati Bakradze talks about more details with Marketer. How did you start …

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European Students for Liberty Conference-Batumi


The first European Students for Liberty (ESFL) Conference will take place in Batumi, Georgia, on May 27th, 2017. The Conference will be hosted by Georgian Students for Liberty, the biggest youth pro-liberty organization in the Caucasus Region. Batumi Conference is the 4th ESFL Conference in Georgia. First 3 took place …

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Aviation Development Starts in Georgia


Over the past years Government of Georgia has been spending considerable state budget funds on development of domestic and small aviation sectors. Domestic airports  are being built, including Ambrolauri Airport (14 million GEL investments) and Mestia airport (20 million GEL investments); Government has also announced plans for constructing a domestic …

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Air Arabia Jordan’s Inaugural Tbilisi Flight Touches Down


Air Arabia Jordan, Jordan’s leading low-cost carrier (LCC), launched its inaugural flight to Tbilisi from Amman last Friday, becoming the first regular flight to directly link Jordan with Georgia. The new service to Tbilisi aims to enhance tourism, and contribute to strengthening the trade and bilateral relations between Jordan and …

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Beeline Sues State Tender Commission


Court trial against State Tender Commission will start in June 2017. The first sitting will be held on June 14, Beeline representatives told Business Course. Beeline has sued against State Tender Commission decision, under which the company was disqualified from consolidated tender. Namely, Beeline intended to participate in state procurement …

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ADB Agrees to Lend $500 mln to Southern Gas Project


The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has agreed to provide a $500 million loan to Azerbaijan’s Shah Deniz 2 project, the Azeri finance ministry said on Sunday. The ADB said earlier this year it was considering lending money to Azerbaijan to help fund the second stage of development of the Shah …

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Georgian PM, US President Meet at the White House

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Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili’s office said that U.S. President Donald Trump expressed Washington’s “full support of Georgia’s sovereignty and territorial integrity” during a May 8 meeting at the White House. Tbilisi continues to be locked in a standoff with Russia over Georgia’s Moscow-backed breakaway regions of Abkhazia and South …

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