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Milk, Meat and Egg Production Declines in Georgia

Milk, Meat and Egg Production Declines in Georgia

Milk, meat and egg production has declined in Georgia. According to preliminary indicators of Geostat, national statistics service of Georgia, in the second quarter of 2017, milk production made up 183.6mln liters, down 7.7% as compared to the same period of 2016. Meat production declined by 13.8% to 14.4 thousand …

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The European Union’s Budget Support to Georgia under ENPARD I

ENPARD Communication Unit has published a publication about the European Union’s budget support to Georgia under ENPARD’s first phase. The publication provides detailed information about the achievements under the budget support component of ENPARD I in Georgia, covering the years of 2013-2017. Budget support is the largest financial component of ENPARD. The …

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Tbilisi Rebranding by Levingstone

Creative Agency Leavingstone was working on Galeria Tbilisi branding, while came up with the idea of new logo concept of Tbilisi, which spreads the message to visitors and locals- The City That Loves You. Heart-shaped ”T” expresses love and hospitality of the city. ”As we didn’t have delicate visual spectrum …

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Chateau Mukhrani to Invest 700 000 GEL to Expand Business

Chateau Mukhrani will invest 700 000 GEL to expand business. According to the decision of the government, company was handed over 1004 sq.m non-agricultural land and building located on that land, in Mtskheta region. Company paid 12 048 GEL. The land was handed over with some obligations, like :700 000 …

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Statement by the “Silk Road Group”

Statement by the “Silk Road Group”

A number of the media outlets that are engaged in a smear campaign against the American President Mr. Donald Trump are periodically trying to involve “Silk Road Group” and its founders into the said campaign and defame the company itself and its former and future projects. In the pursuit of …

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University Underground Station Operate in Test Regime

Tbilisi’s 32rd underground station called as University operates in test regime. Municipal Development Fund told Business Course that the underground station started operation in test regime in late July and the regime will last up to early September. The process is controlled by Georgian and invited specialists. According to Municipal …

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What TAP is Doing to Minimize Environmental Impact?

What TAP is Doing to Minimize Environmental Impact?

As a general principle, the consortium for construction of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) aims to avoid adverse environmental impacts and adopt sustainable practices as much as possible to ensure that any impact on the environment is as minimal as possible, TAP Head of Communications Lisa Givert told Trend. As …

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Park inn Radisson Construction Will Start in September

Park inn by Radisson construction will start from September instead of Hotel Tori. According to Block Invest director, Tornike Janashvili, documents need to be signed. ”Only formal part is remaining, although we won’s start dismantle, until everything closes. Partnership Fund is our partner in the project and members of the …

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Setanta is Already Available on Silk TV

Silknet Silk HD channels make its viewers participants of Sport events for several years. Thematic package Silksport, that presents Silk TV’s sport content, provide fans with every important sport events in HD quality. TV-service interactivity makes it more comfortable for viewers. It is possible to tracking sports events on different …

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Rating of Georgia’s Most In-demand Higher Schools in 2017

ILIAUNI has become the most in-demand university in Georgia for the 2017 academic year (due to choice of high school graduates). Highest competition was recorded for Iliauni BA program in Philosophy. ILIAUNI has published information about top 10 in-demand universities. According to the report, Tbilisi State University ranks second, Batumi …

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Wendy’s Fined 500 GEL Due to Expired Products

The National Food Agency fined the Wendy’s Fast Food Restaurant  500 GEL for using expired products. According to the National Food Agency, the monitors checked the documents at Wendy’s office, Rustaveli Avenue branch, on August 7 and afterwards found that they were using expired products. According to the agency, the …

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