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PwC Announces Admission of the First Georgian Partner

Lasha Janelidze

The professional services firm PwC Georgia (PricewaterhouseCoopers) announces that effective 1 July 2017, Lasha Janelidze has been promoted to a Partner within the Assurance Services. Starting from the establishment of PwC Georgia in July 2005, Lasha has been instrumental in helping to grow the local practice and has made a …

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Orange Wine is Originated From Georgia – Australian Media

blackheartsandsparrows  independent wine stores network from Australia, in their article about orange wine says that it was originated from Georgia. Orange wine which should be thought of as white wine that’s been vinified like red wine. “Like any wine, orange wines are the sum of grape varietal, site and manipulation so …

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Counterfeit Georgian Wines Extracted from Polish Trade Network

As a result of coordinated activities of Georgian and EU official structures, counterfeit Georgian wines were taken out of one the major trade networks of Poland. Giorgi Samanishvili, head of national wine agency, noted that labels of wine bottled in Ukraine indicated the Georgian name of origin – Kakheti. Therefore, …

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Georgian Startup Develops Universal Model of Cottage

Georgian startup ‘’kote.ge’’ set the goal to make buying a home available for everyone. They developed universal model of cottage which can be consumed in various ways,in any climate conditions. Cottages can be residential or innovative model of resting space, which will be available for any interested person with minimal …

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Anaklia Seaport will Employ about 2400 Citizens by 2020

Levan Akhvlediani

By 2020 Anaklia seaport will employ about 2400 citizens, Levan Akhvlediani, head of Anaklia development consortium told Business Course. About 500 citizens will be employed for the first phase of the project. After the inauguration, the seaport will hire 360 workers in addition. Number of indirect employees will hit 2000 …

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Raising the Profile of Traditional Georgian Dairy Products

Georgia boasts a wealth of agrifood products that are unique to the country – from Saperavi wine to sulguni cheese. Developing and promoting Geographic Indications (GIs) and other origin-based labels for such products can help the country preserve its rich food heritage, while also raising producers’ incomes and driving economic …

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Building Code Calls for Certification of Architects

Union of Architects of Georgia is considered to act as an architects certifying body. The organization chairman David Abuladze told Business Course that the union has already prepared a due legislative package. “We have prepared huge works on certification issues. In 2009-2011 we have tested the whole process of certification …

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Georgian blueberries and herbs exported to Qatar

Georgian company ”Uvie’s Berries”exported Blueberries, tomatoes, coriander, parsley, dill and other kinds of herbs to Qatar supported by LEPL ”Enterprise Georgia”. Large companies based in Qatar started searching for new exporter countries and companies,particularly food producers.They addressed Georgian Embassy in Qatar In order to identify potential partners. For this purpose, representatives of …

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Georgian Wine-making Cooperatives Presented at Wine Prague 2017

Three wine cooperatives from Georgia – “Winery Sazano”, “Terjola Wine” and “Jvarisa XXI” – presented their products at the largest wine exhibition in Central and Eastern Europe Wine Prague 2017. These wine producers were established with the support of the EU-funded European Neighbourhood Programme for Agriculture and Rural Development (ENPARD), …

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