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Georgia Ranks 14th Worldwide in terms of Averaged GMAT Score

A total of 261 248 GMAT tests were held worldwide in the 2016 academic year, which includes the period from July 1, 2015 to July 1, 2016. The world’s leading business schools and educational programs in management recognize GMAT as the most efficient mechanism for studying management. According to GMAT …

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Georgia Air Traffic has Increased by 13.6%

According to the Air Navigation LTD of the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia, based on 6 months statistics of 2017, the number of flights in Georgian airspace has increased by 13.6% compared to last year. During 6 months Air Navigation LTD served 64 407 flights, which is …

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Wind Power Station Generates 6 mln kw/h Electricity in July

Energy Development Fund has announced tender for transforming the wind power station into a joint stock company and purchasing consulting services. The Fund representatives told Business Course that the station’s value has been already determined. BDO prepared the corresponding research, when the station was out out for auction. However, the …

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The GIG will Build a 300 Megawatt Capacity Thermal Power Plant

The largest Italian group Muratori & Cementisti – C.M.C.di Ravenna SocietàCooperativa signed cooperative memorandum with Georgia Industrial Group GIG. Within the framework of the Memorandum the Parties agree to establish a joint venture in Georgia, which will participate in implementation of large infrastructure and energy projects,- Levan Vepkhvadze, General Director …

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EU and UNDP Research Reveals Georgians Concerns

The number of Georgians, who think that their rights are protected, has doubled in the last ten years. Nevertheless, every second Georgian feels insecure about their personal data. Almost a third of the respondents (27% in average and 36% in Tbilisi) see labour rights as the most frequently abused human …

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Human Rights and Access to Justice in Georgia

The nationwide research examines public perceptions and awareness about human rights and access to justice in Georgia. Fundings of the study are based on the results of 5,000 face-to-face interviews in four regions of Georgia, 14 focus group discussions and 29 in-depth interviews with representatives of four target groups: public …

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New Georgian Fruit Ice Cream Cumbo Pops Delivery Service

The first Georgian hand made fruit ice cream “Cumbo Pops” has appeared. The new brand has entered the market 2 months ago. Startup founder, Mari Tchumburidze says to Business course that ice cream does not contain chemical impurities or sugar and is therefore safe for diabetes, as well as for vegans …

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Integration of Artificial Intelligence and Big Data at BTU

The integration of artificial intelligence and Big Data has begun at the University of Business and Technology, for the first time in the region. With the technical support of the company HP and the involvement of Georgian specialists, the University of Business and Technology is working on artificial intelligence project. …

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