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International Hospitality Management University To Open in Georgia

Under the aegis of Vatel, an acclaimed French business school, the International Hospitality Management University will open in Tbilisi. “This is what Georgia needs today, because tourism in Georgia is developing much faster than hospitality professionals are produced. It is of utmost importance that an internationally praised brand like Vatel …

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World Rugby U20 Championship Launches in Georgia

The 2017 World Rugby U20 Championship launched in Georgia on Sunday with captain Zach Mercer in attendance representing England. The RPA Young Player of the Year was joined by the captain of the seven other teams based in the Georgian capital, Tbilisi, ahead of the first round of fixtures on …

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Kaladze Highlights Azerbaijan’s Role in Ensuring Georgia’s Energy Security

Kakha Kaladze

Azerbaijan plays an important role in ensuring Georgia’s energy security, First Deputy Prime Minister of Georgia, Energy Minister Kakha Kaladze said. The Deputy Prime Minister named Azerbaijan a strategic partner, APA reported. “We today depend on Azerbaijani gas. Currently, Georgia purchases gas from only Azerbaijan. This is important for us. …

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Whether Demand for Suburban Life in Tbilisi Grows

A certain part of our citizens prefers to move to suburban areas for living because of traffic jams, polluted air and ecological problems in the city center. According to real estate agencies, over the past 4-5 years, number of citizens seeking houses and land plots in Tbilisi outskirts has considerably …

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Finance Minister: Chinese Bank will Be Commercial By 100%

Kumsishvili: We Do Not Manipulate with Expectations of Currency

Government of China will maximally support Chinese Bank to get established on Georgian market and this bank will be a commercial body by 100%, Minister of Finance of Georgia Dimitri Kumsishvili said. “Active work is being carried out with National Bank. In China we signed a document and the company …

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New Hotel Aivani Opened in Abanotubani

New Hotel Aivani Opened in Abanotubani

New hotel Aivani (Balcony) is opned in Abanotubani. According to National Tourism Administration, this is a 4-star hotel. Boutique-hotel has 24 rooms, a restaurant on 140 persons, bar and terrace. Reconstruction has been made to the old building, locating in Samgebo str. 21, for opening of the hotel. Head of …

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Ambassador of Poland: “Georgia is Safe, Beautiful, Worth Visiting”

Polish President Andrzej Duda’s visit to Georgia begins. It will be devoted to both bilateral issues and international issues, including Georgia’s integration in the EU and NATO, as well as its conflict with Russia. H.E. Mariusz Maszkiewicz, Ambassador of the Republic of Poland to Georgia, spoke about Polish-Georgian relations on …

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Parliament to Discuss Third Party Insurance Bill

Georgian insurance sector calls for introducing third party obligatory insurance component. New regulations will draw 70 million USD to the country. The due bill has been already developed and forwarded to the government”, Devi Khechinashvili, head of Association of Insurance Companies, told Business Course. -Mr. Devi, insurance companies raised this …

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Uzbekistan Keen to Join Trans-Caspian Transport Route

Tashkent hosted a roundtable discussion titled “The Trans-Caspian International Transport Route and Sea Ports of Kazakhstan,” the Kazakh national railway company Temir Zholy said May 25. The event was attended by officials of leading transportation and logistics companies, diplomatic missions and business entities of Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Georgia, China and …

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