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TBC’s Capitalization has Increased by 50 Million

The price of TBC  share (TBCB LI) increased by 17.33 pounds sterling (GBP). The last sessions week closed by GBP 17.22 (+ 1.18% w.w; + 5.8% m.m). In total, 99,000 shares are purchased. Over the last 4 weeks, average daily trade volume amounted to 32,000. Market capitalization of “TBC” is …

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Janos Herman: New Railway Corridor will Set New Business and Trading Opportunities

EU welcomes the new railway corridor, which will enhance connections between countries and set new business and trading opportunities. Eastern Partnership policy and Central Asia strategy is based on the mentioned principle, EU ambassador in Georgia Janos Herman noted regarding the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railroad inauguration. The Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway inauguration is an …

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Georgian Tatara on the United Kingdom Market

Georgian Tatara has appeared on the UK market. Georgian sweets producing company has already sent products to the United Kingdom. Davit Ramazashvili, the head of the company told the Business Course that the trial party was sent a few weeks ago in the UK and received a relatively large number …

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Mess Ceramics – Innovative Aesthetics for the Interior

Mess Ceramics was created by Ceramic Specialist, Irina Salmina, whose desire was to create high quality ceramic products expressing her creativity. Handmade ceramics takes long-term effort to get classical technique beauty, which adds individual spirit to the interior. CBW had an interview with Irina Salmina:   What led your interest …

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WIZZ AIR Introduces New Cabin Luggage Policy

WIZZ AIR Introduces New Cabin Luggage Policy

Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline announces about the new hand luggage policy. However, passengers will no longer be charged an additional fee to bring a large item of hand baggage into the aircraft cabin on all Wizz Air flights. According to the management, Passengers will be entitled to bring on …

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Ratio of Cashless Operations Mark 90% in Credit Card Transactions

Ratio of cashless operations in credit card transactions accounts for 90%. Taking into account high commission fee for money withdrawal, the consumers have been accustomed that money withdrawal from ATM is unprofitable and therefore, everybody uses it for purchases. Tariff policy and conditions are almost the same, while the Make …

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Giorgi Kvirikashvili – BTK to Change Existing Economic Realities

The opening of the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway is the best example of successful implementation of joint strategic projects, said Georgian Prime Minister Georgi Kvirikashvili addressing the official opening ceremony of the BTK railway in Baku Oct. 30, Trend.az reports. He said that the participation of high-level officials from different countries in …

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Chirukhi-Khikhani-Goderdzi – New Tourism Route in Adjara

Chirukhi-Khikhani-Goderdzi

By 2018 Adjara visitors will be able to enjoy new tourism route – Chirukhi-Khikhani-Goderdzi. Tourism Products Development Agency of Adjara Tourism Department has been working on the tourism route marking project. According to the mentioned project, cycling, jeep and walking routes will be marked from Chirukhi mountain up to Goderdzi …

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The Winner of NASA Competition to Get Funded One More Year

Giorgi Mchedlishvili, the winner of the competition announced by NASA, has funded to continue the training at Columbia University. As “Business Dial” was told in the International Center of Education, Mchedlishvili’s decision on financing was already sent. “As you know, the Center asked Mchedlishvili to present a relevant application, after …

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Georgia’s Energy Independence: the Outlook

Georgia’s Energy Independence: the Outlook

Energy independence and energy efficiency represent one of the crucial challenges for Georgia. Gia Arabidze, energy department dean of Georgia Technical University talks on energy independence to “Business Morning”. – Gia, it has become common knowledge that energy independence is of utmost importance. How can we react to this challenge …

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