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Georgian Stock Exchange Registered only 3 Deals in a Week

Georgian Stock Exchange Registered only 3 Deals in a Week

Both private and public sectors have been long talking about development of Georgian Stock Exchange (GSE), which was founded 18 years ago with the support of USAID. However, only a narrow part of our society knows about this fact. www.gse.ge is an official website of Georgian Stock Exchange and anybody is free …

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Business Ombudsman Releases Statement on Developments around Badagoni

Irakli Lekvinadze

According to our information, Tbilisi-based head office of Badagoni will temporarily move to the region, where the company owns two enterprises, Business Ombudsman Irakli Lekvinadze made this statement regarding Badagoni and noted that he had contacted the current owner of the company in the morning of March 5. Activities of …

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Government Plans to Mobilize 60 million GEL from Privatization

In 2018 the state budget is expected to mobilize 60 million GEL from privatization, however, there is no list of specific privatization properties. BM.GE was told at National State Property Agency that the agency will put out those properties for sales, which the investors will be interested in. Value of …

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2 Month Data of Wine And Alcohol Beverage Export 2018

In terms of wine export growth, this year started positively. Export growth is maintained in February as it was in January. According to the LEPL National Wine Agency, in January – February 2018, 10,8 mil. bottles (0,75l) of wine have been exported to 38 countries worldwide, that is 23% higher …

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Get Insurance and Get Reward – TBC Launches Car Insurance Campaign

From March 5, TBC Insurance launches a new campaign, that allows customers to benefit from TBC Insurance with best conditions and receive special presents: 50 liters of Wissol Premium fuel and 100 GEL TAXIFY voucher. Also, consumers will get special beneficiaries like: 15 tetri discount on Wissol fuel. 50% unlimited …

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Parliament Members Proposes to Establish Agriculture Development Bank

Parliament member Beka Natsvlishvili told the Commersant that a commercial bank is not oriented on agriculture sector development, therefore, commercial banks finance field with less risks and rapid profits. “In general, commercial banks are oriented on rapid profits, Therefore, they prefer to finance projects with less risks, not projects that …

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Georgian Cognac is On Sale in Australia

Company ”Sarajishvili” ended 2017 year with growth of 37% of exports, the company has sold 24 million GEL worth products, half of which was exported. Company founder Zurab Bubuteishvili shares that they entered two markets last year: Australia and Azerbaijan. Company sells Georgian brand to 15 export markets, where important …

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Liberty Bank Supports Georgian Paralympic Athletes

For the first time in the history of Georgian sports, Georgian Paralympic athletes will also play in the winter Paralympics. Winter Paralympic Games will be held on March 9-18 in Piochan, Korea, where 670 sportsmen from 41 countries participates. At the official opening ceremony of the Winter Paralympic Games on …

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BIA held Regular Meeting with Business Representatives

BIA held another meeting with the representatives of construction and development companies within the framework of B Talks entitled – ”Construction and Development Challenges and Prospects of Companies”. Meeting held at Holiday Inn Tbilisi was attended by representatives of 100 companies. Representatives of invited companies were presented to the construction …

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When Things Go Viral – Interview with Brian Hallett

Brian Hallett

We sat down with Brian Hallett, professional photographer image‐maker, and IE Professor to learn more about what makes online branded and campaigns go viral, the interview was done during his visit to Georgia, Tbilisi. In the Masterclass you talked about viral content one of the most mysterious and misunderstood aspects …

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