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Repaving a wine route in Racha

Standing in a cellar at the bottom of her house, Izolda Dvali holds a glass of a ruby red Khvanchkara wine against the light, toasting to a good season. “Hope we have lots of visitors this year. Here in Racha we are a little bit off the road, you see,” …

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Big Achievements of Doctors TV Show

It’s been almost 4 years since the medical TV talk-show The Doctors has appeared on Georgian television. Launched by Rustavi 2, the famous broadcasting company and later aired by another major TV channel, IMEDI, the show is still the most favorite medical program in Georgia. Lika Kharebashvili, producer of The …

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Tourism Infrastructure to be Arranged Near Motsameta Monastery

Tourism infrastructure will be arranged at Motsameta Monastery, in which 1,4 million GEL will be invested. The World Bank finances the second project of regional development. There will be parking on the territory of the complex, grass will be covered, visitor center will be renovated, as well as sanitary spots, …

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Canadian Businessman to Build Cottages in Bakhmaro

Canadian businessman Vadim Malishev plans to build cottages in the resort of Bakhmaro. Vadim Malishev says he wants to build a cottage-type homes in Bakhmaro, where families will host guests. “All the cottages will represent the ethnicity of different regions of Georgia and hospitality. I hold negotiations with the Ministry …

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Unique Project VOISA To Hold in Georgia

On August 4, in the framework of “Check In Georgia”, Giorgi Mikadze’s unique project “VOISA” will be held at Black Sea Arena. The event is dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Georgia’s independence. “VOISA” is a project of state importance because it aims to introduce Georgia to the world. Author …

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NHS Health Scotland: E-cigs ‘Definitely’ Less Harmful than Smoking

E-cigarettes are “definitely” less harmful than smoking tobacco, health bodies in Scotland have stated for the first time. NHS Health Scotland said it wanted to “clarify” confusion around the harms and benefits of vaping devices. More than 20 organisations have signed up to the consensus, which was led by NHS …

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Startup Grind: Meet George Arison Who Raised $110MM for Shift

Startup Grind is a global community where people who have founded startups, want to found startups, fund them, want to work for them, or just learn about them gather. Tbilisi hosts one of the chapters and is part of a million-person global community.  Come meet Georgians, expats, and visitors who …

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IBM Becomes Official Partner for Silicon Valley Tbilisi Challenge

IBM company has become an official partner for Silicon Valley Tbilisi Challenge VOL3, the third students hackathon. The event is held on annual basis for students of Business and Technology University and is to reveal the best IT group for various tasks in limited timeframes. The third hackathon’s task is …

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Agricultural Land Reform as a Hindering Factor of Business

As it is known, after the presidential election of 2018, the Constitution of Georgia will be amended to amend new regulations regarding agricultural land ownership. Irakli Gaprindashvili, managing partner of GLCC Law Firm, responds to our questions regarding these amendments. – Mr. Irakli, what fundamental changes do the part of …

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