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Summer of Music – Upcoming Festivals in Georgia

Summertime can’t feel complete without music festivals. Events in Georgia take place at different locations, that gives even better reason to explore the area meanwhile. Here are some of the largest concerts coming up: SUMMER SET The first single-day presentational series of Summer Set Festival will be held in Tbilisi …

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Tbilisi Takes Fifth Place at Booking.com Service Level Ranking

”According to the results of booking.com last year, Georgian hotels have shown the best result and it is the merit of hotel managers of our country, “said Shalva Alaverdashvili, head of restaurants association at BMG. “I’m proud that Georgia is advanced in hospitality field.  As for Booking.com ratings, Tbilisi is …

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Angela Merkel To Visit Georgia in August

Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel to visit Georgia in mid August, according to 1TV. Some of the sources confirmed information to the First Channel. Merkel is a German politician serving as Chancellor of Germany since 2005 and leader of the centre-right Christian Democratic Union since 2000.  

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Results of Blockchain Conference Georgia

On June 20, for the first time, Tbilisi hosted Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Georgia organized by Smile-Expo, an international conference dedicated to blockchain, cryptocurrencies and ICO. It brought together entrepreneurs, blockchain developers, investors, lawyers, bankers and public officers. The main issue covered during the event is the prospects of mining …

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Exports and Imports Dynamics of Georgia by Months

In January-June 2018 the external trade turnover of Georgia with the EU countries amounted to USD 1 644.5 million, grew by 25.2 percent compared to the corresponding indicator of the previous year. Exports amounted to USD 367.8 million (21.5 percent higher), while imports amounted to USD 1 276.7 million (26.3 …

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Government to Write Off 550 million GEL Debts from Business Sector

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Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze has proposed to write off tax debts from business sector accumulated before January 1, 2013. To enable business to continue valuable operation, debts will be written off from 36 000 taxpayers, Bakhtadze noted. The bill of amendments to Tax Code was discussed by the finance and …

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Caspian Countries to Discuss Legal Status of Caspian Sea at summit

The participants of the summit of the Caspian countries will discuss the issues of strengthening the security of states that are close to the hotbeds of instability in the Middle East, Russian media quoted the member of Russia’s State Duma Committee on International Affairs Sergey Zheleznyak as saying on July …

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Nenskra Hydro Started Affected Infrastructure Rehabilitation Works in Chuberi

JSC Nenskra Hydro, Nenskra Hydropower Plant project company, allocated additional funds to restore the disaster-injured infrastructure in village Chuberi, Mestia municipality. The works are concentrated on the area where the disaster completely wiped out the road having left some local population torn away from the rest of the world. All …

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