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BLC Speaks out About Selective Approaches in State Procurement System

Aleksandre Bolkvadze, founder of BLC law company, talks about alarming tendencies in state procurement system. The company has explored the existing situation in 2017 and requested due information from state offices and Ministries. According to the research, all state purchases in terms of legal services have been carried out in …

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Meet with David Gogichaishvili within Startup Beats

Another meeting will be held in Technopark within “Startup Beats” on January 25, at 19:00. The guest consultant, trainer, founder of the course “Human Management” Davit Gogichaishvili. The guest will discuss about the necessity of innovation in the management, the challenges of Georgian innovators and difficulties as necessary ingredients for …

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Developers Should not Spare Funds for Construction Safety Norms

In his interview with the Business Morning Irakli Kilauridze, director general of Colliers International Georgia, talks about positive and negative tendencies on Georgia’s real estate market. He made emphasis on construction safety norms and their improvement mechanisms. Construction works supervision is one of the key directions for Colliers, Kilauridze noted. …

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Koba Gvenetadze Announces 2018 As A Year Of Financial Education

The governor of the National Bank of Georgia, Koba Gvenetadze has announced 2018 to be “a year of financial education” and discussed plans that will be implemented together with financially literate society, who will no longer be afraid of exchange rate volatility. The governor also reviewed the major challenges of …

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Wine Agency to Launch Measures to Improve Quality Control

The Georgian National Wine Agency (NWA) is to launch electronic certification system to enable online application submission, effective after February 1, 2018. At a recent meeting of NWA officials with winemakers at Tbilisi’s Biltmore hotel, several other innovations were discussed, including draft amendments to the “Grape Origin Alcoholic Drink and …

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Pre-project Works of Tusheti Airdrome to be Done by May

The completion of the pre-project works of Tusheti airdrome is planned in May -says executive manager Ivane Petriashvili. According to Petriashvili, works had to be started in May, 2017 and completed in 4 months. Prior to this, Petriashvili said that there is a need to specify certain indicators in the …

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New State Program for the Development of Labor Market

The government is launching a new state program from the current year to provide information on the development of the labor market and access to data on the market. Development of labor market information system institutionalization of labor market demand, conducting additional research and identification of relevant information flows; Also …

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To Catch up and Surpass Belarus

According to IMF Forecast, by 2022 Georgia will Go Richer of Albania and Bosnia and Catch up Belarus. According to International Monetary Fund (IMF), Georgia’s GDP per capita will exceed 4.123 USD in 2017. As a result, for the first time in the 21st century, Georgia will move to the …

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Major Part of Employees are Graduates of Post-Soviet Education System

Major Part of Employees are Graduates of Post-Soviet Education System

Major part of the employed in Georgia has Post-Soviet education (44%). The ratio of employees with Soviet-time education accounts for 38%, while the ratio of employees with Bologna system education accounts for 18%. Higher education system has moved to Bologna Process system which is radically different from Soviet and transient …

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Hub Georgia Accuses Union of Airports of Purposeless Budget Spending

HUB Georgia nongovernmental organization accuses the aviation authorities of Georgia of purposeless budget spending. Union of Airports of Georgia have twice violated the international convention that entitles countries not to license foreign airlines for implementing internal flights. According to HUB Georgia, similar facts have taken place twice. The first one …

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