Home / 2018 / May (page 20)

Monthly Archives: May 2018

Hotel Industry Development component – Host in Georgia

The new Hotel Industry Development component of the state program ‘Produce in Georgia’ has already noted huge successes. Entreprise Georgia already supported 44 business entities, with a total investment volume of 128.7 million GEL and based on these 44 new hotels, more than 1,300 people will be employed and an additional 1,300 new rooms will be added to the Georgian …

Read More »

Discontent Against Commercial Banks Grows

Claims Against Commercial Banks in 2017 Rose by 140%. In 2017, claims against commercial banks submitted to National Bank of Georgia (NBG) rose by 140%, according to the NBG report for 2017. The NBG department for consumer rights protection registered 3,269 claims in 2017, including 2,329 (71%) claims submitted by …

Read More »

Georgian Spices Exported to USA and Hong Kong

Georgian spices and healing herbs are being exported to the USA and Hong Kong, FARCONI director Mamuka Alpaidze told BM.GE. The company produces spices under the brand Khomli, and supplies healing herbs for export in the form of raw materials. “We have recently entered the USA and Hong Kong markets. …

Read More »

Iago Bitarishvili Launched Production of Aneta Beer

Iago Bitarishvili, bio wine producer, has launched production of family beer and bottled beer named as Aneta. This is an exclusive product and only 400 bottles will be produced a year, Iago Bitarishvili told BM.GE. The product was named after his grandmother Aneta. Aneta beer will be sold at the …

Read More »

Georgia and EFTA: Free Trade Agreement Comes Into Force

Interview with President of Georgian Swiss Business Association Ms.Nona Mamulashvili. A free trade deal between Georgia and four European countries has begun recently, how will Georgia benefit from this deal, and what is the importance of the agreement for both sides? The FTA between Georgia and EFTA countries creates a …

Read More »

Beginners Guide (Not) to Rave at Georgian Clubs

It was a nice night in late spring, I attended one of my favorite DJ’s show with my favorite group of people, at one of the best clubs let’s say in the region. Suddenly, I felt myself left out: there was something I needed to learn to be a real …

Read More »

Inventory and Study Work Starting in 10 Castle Villages of Tusheti

Inventory and study works are about to begin in 10 castle villages of Tusheti. According to the Head of Government, some of Tusheti’s most ancient buildings are, unfortunately, either damaged or on the verge of destruction. At the initial stage, monuments will be inventoried and documented to be followed by …

Read More »