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Iranian Zagros Airlines Increases Air Flights in Georgia from Today

Iranian Zagros Airlines Increases Air Flights in Georgia from Today

Iranian Zagros Airlines increases frequency of regular flights. The airline will perform flights Tehran-Tbilisi-Tehran every day instead of 2 times in a week. The airline is moving on the daily flight from today. The flights will be fulfilled by A320 and MD 80 aircrafts. The airline Zagros Airlines entered Georgia’s …

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Sarajishvili Won a Dispute of 10 mln USD to Optima Group

Sarajishvili Won a Dispute of 10 mln USD to Optima Group

The Company Sarajishvili won a dispute of 9,783 million USD to American “Optima International Group”. According to the company, after several years of dispute, the Supreme Court of Georgia acquitted Georgian company and remained the decision of Court of Appeals under the force. The American company claims that the Georgian …

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Indonesia Wants to Import Agricultural Products from Georgia

Indonesia Wants to Import Agricultural Products from Georgia

Indonesia wants to import agricultural products from Georgia. Fadli Zon, the Vice-Speaker of Parliament of Indonesia declared about the issue, who met the first deputy minister of agriculture Nodar Kereselidze. Nodar Kereselidze focused on the growth of Georgian agricultural products and its export potential. Indonesia wants to carry out import …

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EU and Georgia Conduct Successful Dialogue on Human Rights

The annual Human Rights Dialogue between the EU and Georgia took place in Tbilisi on 16 May. The dialogue allowed for an open, constructive exchange on the human rights situation in Georgia, on the country’s commitment and progress in this area and on the EU’s commitments and policy framework for …

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Electricity Imports in January-April 2017 Exceeded Total Imports of 2016

In January-April 2017 Georgia’s electricity imports made up 886.691 million kw/h, up 47% as compared to total imports in 2016 – 478.9 million kw/h. Deputy Energy Minister Ilia Eloshvili told Business Courier that electricity imports has grown because of increased electricity consumption. As to other months, Ministry of Energy of …

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Katia Absandze: Never Stop Seeking Novelties, Never Stop Examining!

Katia Absandze, head of Lopota lake resort & spa PR and Marketing Office, in her interview with Caucasus Business Week shares her experience in public relations field and talks about her career path. Never Stop Seeking Novelties! Never Stop Examining! -Who is your profession? – I am a marketing specialist …

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Agate Organic Cosmetics – Joint Startup of Two Georgian Students

On the 15th of January, 2017 new cosmetics producer Georgian brand Agate was launched. The brand was founded by two students from GAU Business Administration Faculty, Nini Resulidze and Mariam Ghlonti. Marketer conducted an interview with one of the founders, Nini Resulidze who talked about the development strategies and advantages of the brand. How …

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First Craft Beer Shop Opens in Tbilisi

First Craft beer shop, Krik Brewing Co opened in Tbilisi in March, Craft beer is more than just awesomely delicious beer. It’s also a revolution against the insult of the industrialized notion of beer that has been preying on the populace for decades. And yet with the success of the resulting backlash of …

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