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‘Scary Mother’ Named Top Film at Beijing Festival

“Scary Mother,” a Georgian-Estonian drama about a woman who chooses to follow her passion for writing, putting it ahead of her family, was named as the best picture at the Beijing International Film Festival. The film’s lead performer Nato Murvanidze was named best actress. The Tiantan awards were presented at a …

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London to host Fifth International Film Festival of Georgian Films

Six women directors all with fascinating films in the 5th London Georgian Film Festival 1st – 8th May 2018 Regent Street Cinema Terroirs Wine Bar Nana Ekvtimishvili, Mariam Khatchvani, Elene Naveriani, Nana Jorjadze, Rusudan Glurjidze and Ana Urushadze. Film Festival of Georgian Films will be dedicated to Georgia’s 100th Independence anniversary. Tuesday, May …

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Joint Offer from Silknet and Geocell

Joint Offer from Silknet and Geocell

Silknet and Geocell Are Offering Joint Campaign to Customers. Merger of the two leading companies of the telecommunication market will provide Georgia’s customers with the combination of all innovative telecommunication services, including advantages, as simplicity, flexible customized offers and significant savings of cost and time. The joint offer from Silknet …

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Government to launch Full-scale Inventory of Woodlands in Georgia

Government of Georgia plans to launch full-scale inventory of woodlands, Ministry of Environment and Agriculture said. The inventorying process will end in 2019. As a result, the country will have a valuable database about conditions of woodlands. This is the ground for taking important decisions and planning woodlands sustainable management. …

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BIA Investment Forum on Georgia- Land of Opportunities

Bia holds annual investment forum – Georgia- Land of Opportunities on May 15 at Radisson Blu Iveria. Event unites up to 500 businessmen, investors, government representatives and international organizations interested in Economics in Georgia and region to discuss future opportunities and challenges. Potential investors will learn about macroeconomic environment within …

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National Bank Bans Issuing Bank Loans to Insolvent Clients

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What to expect from new regulations? The president of the National Bank of Georgia (NBG) has passed a decree to add changes to the Provision on the Concentration of Credits at Commercial Banks and Big Risks. The changes aim to protect consumer rights and bolster healthy credit portfolios at commercial …

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Finca Bank’s Market Ratio Declines

Finca Bank’s ratio on crediting market has declined. As of April 1 (Q1/2018), the bank’s ratio accounts for 1%. The bank’s market ratio in terms of assets accounts for 0.8%.     Q1/2018 Q3/2017   GEL GEL Profits 606 000 1 330 280 Assets 284 477 000  288 569 390 …

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The First Medical and Recreational Cave to Open in Imereti

Satsurblia Cave – the first recreational cave in the Caucasus region set to open in Imereti. The cave consist of the two passive and active zones. The playground was arranged for children in the active zone while the passive zone was decorated with chaises longue. Additionally, visitors and ambulatory centers …

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Georgian National Museum to Exhibit Zurab Nizharadze’s Artworks

Georgian National Museum presents Zurab Nizharadze’s retrospective exhibition “Zurab Nizharadze 90” at D. Shevardnadze National Gallery. The exposition will display paintings and graphic works from collections of GNM Shalva Amiranashvili Museum of Fine arts and GNM Dimitri Shevardnadze National Gallery, as well as from the private collections. The exhibition aims …

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