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AYFB Urges Zurab Alavidze for Promptly Revision of Tender Regulations

AYFB Urges Zurab Alavidze for Promptly Revision of Tender Regulations

Association of Young Financiers and Businessmen (AYFB) urges Minister of Infrastructure and Regional Development of Georgia Zurab Alavidze to promptly revise regulations for conducting major road-infrastructural tenders. The first part of AYFB research exposed serious violations and errors and even law enforcement bodies may be invited to comprehensively explore the …

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Georgian Student is in Semi-final of Global Innovations Competition

Nikoloz Bregvadze, entered the Global Innovations Competition of the US Department of State with the idea of electronic education service for schoolchildren. He got in GIST Net and needs votes for victory. More than 80 countries participate in the competition and 10 finalist will be revealed based on votes. Support …

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Georgian Company Makes Uniforms and Bullet-Proof Jackets for Swiss Police

The Georgian textile manufacturer is making uniforms, bullet-proof jackers and accessories for the Swiss police. Elguja Mamasakhlisi, the founder of the company “ELSELEMA” says that they came in contact with the famous Swiss company “Chameleon”. In the nearest future the company opens another enterprise in Lanchkhuti. At the initial stage, …

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National Museum to Open New Repository and Gallery

A new repository and gallery will open at National Museum of Georgia in a year. Government will spend more than 3 million GEL on overhaul works. Interested companies should submit tender documents after March 1. The winner company must finish overhaul works in a year after the agreement signature. Applicant …

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NBG Forecasts Annual Target Inflation to Be around 3%

Koba Gvenetdze Makes a Comment on Sharp Devaluation of GEL

National Bank of Georgia (NBG) expects the 2018 target inflation rate to be balanced on 3% indicator. NBG plans to mitigate monetary policy moderately in midterm period, the NBG President told the Reuters. The 2017 annual inflation rushed up to 6.7%, instead of balancing on 4% target indicator. In January …

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FABtalks- Lado Kobakhidze on Design Thinking and Generate Ideas

The next meeting of FABtalks will be held on February 15 at 19:00 at Technopark, the main topic of which is – design thinking and generate ideas. Invited guest is an industrial designer with international experience – Lado Kobakhidz. He will discuss about design thinking and review specific examples of …

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Whether New Buildings Are to Be Dismantled – Developers Respond to Seismologists and Geologists

Real estate

Construction boom has overwhelmed the capital city, but the process may bring disastrous outcomes. Geologists and seismologists warn against threats that may arise after earthquakes. Problems come from chaotic and uncontrolled construction process. Specialists assert that a major part of new buildings cannot withstand even medium-power earthquake. Problem consists in …

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Amendments to Infrastructural Projects Tender Documents

Amendments are made to the infrastructural projects tender documentation. Starting now quality control will become an inseparable part of the designing works. “No design document will be tolerated without technical and qualitative expertise. We will ensure continuous supervision on fulfillment of project tasks, after inauguration of construction and installation works, …

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European Commission Launches 2018 Lorenzo Natali Media Prize

The Natali prize will acknowledge outstanding reporting on development issues and applications are open from 5 February to 9 March for online, print or audio-visual works. It will reward outstanding reporting on issues such as poverty eradication, and the economic, social and environmental dimensions of sustainable development, as outlined in …

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Valentine’s Day in Georgia: Where to Go?

Going out for Valentine’s Day dinner is a tradition that needs to go.  There is nothing more romantic than wandering through the city, across bridges, along quiet streets. Start anywhere in the center and just wander. Maybe stop along the way for a snack or a drink. Here are the top ideas where to …

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22 Year-Old Anano Vekua is the First Georgian Winemaker in South Africa

”Recently, Agricultural University of Georgia student, Anano Vekua became the first Georgian winemaker girl in South Africa,”- On.ge reports. ”I’ve always liked the idea of producing wine. My sister recommended me to attend Agrarian University’s presentation, where I realized I felt extremely free.  wine making-viticulture sounded very interesting, where I could …

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