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French Museum Raises a Glass To ‘Cradle of Wine-Making’ Georgia

French Museum Raises a Glass To 'Cradle of Wine-Making' Georgia

France’s Cite de Vin museum will toast Georgia’s 9,000-year history as the global birthplace of wine-making in a new exhibition from Monday. The wine history museum in the southwestern city of Bordeaux – dubbed “adult Disneyland” when it opened last year – will showcase 125 objects from the Black Sea …

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Special Exhibition of Modern Artists – Argo Beer Packaging

Argo launched limited series of beer called “Special Exhibition” which is a first stage of re branding. On the packaging, 15 paintings of 11 modern Georgian painters will be decorated on 120,000 bottles at the initial stage and they can be purchased for a month and a half. Within the …

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IMF – Influential International Organization

International Monetary Fund (IMF) is one of the  most important and influential international organizations with 184 member countries, including Georgia. Objective of IMF foundation was to ensure international monetary cooperation, stability of exchange rate and economic growth. Key function of the organization is to provide temporary financial assistance to member …

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Financial Resources Declining in Agriculture Sector

In 2017 State Subsidies Shrank in Agriculture Sector, Wine Subsidization  and FDI inflows also declined. Unlike previous years, in 2017 Government of Georgia reduced subsidizing agriculture sector. Under the 2017 state budget, agriculture sector subsidization has shrunk by about 83 million GEL. Agriculture Development program has been reduced by 75.430 …

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BTK Railway to Be Commissioned in Autumn

The Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway, a regional rail link project to directly connect Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey, will be put into operation in October 2017, Kazakhstan Temir Zholy Railway Company reported. Kazakhstan Railways Head Kanat Alpysbaev was informed about this at negotiations during his working visits to Azerbaijan and Georgia. During his …

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