Home / 2018 / August / 08

Daily Archives: August 8, 2018

Eighteen New Hotels Open Since January

Hotel stairs

A total of 18 new hotels were unveiled in Georgia since January 2018. According to National Tourism Administration, a total of 1624 new beds and 812 new suites were added to the tourism sector of Georgia. Seven hotels of 17 ones are branded ones. The most part of suites (505) …

Read More »

Levan Zazarashvili’s Work is the Choice of Packaging of the World

Work of Levan Zazarashvili Tsisferkantselebi has been listed among best packaging designs at Packaging of the World platform. Young, Imeretian wine was named Tsisferkantselebi by the inspiration of creativity of the literary society, which in the spring of 1915, began the movement from Kutaisi “to make sun-fire for the country calmed by …

Read More »

International Print Festival Started in Tusheti

The international print festival started with TBC support in Tusheti. The festival will unite the works of artists working in different media with traditional and modern methods. Participant artists, performers, musicians, designers and photographers listened to the old Tushetian legends from Eter Tataraidze and learned Tushetian Ornaments from the famous …

Read More »

Most Active Hotel in Georgian Media – Radisson Blu Leads the List

IPM Research continues statistic analysis of media activity of active industries and presents hotels that are mostly popular in Georgia media. If there were only 89 active hotels in media in 2017, this number increased to 108 in the same period of 2018 year. Although while comparing 2 years data we found …

Read More »

Tbilisi City Hall to Convey 90 New Buses

In the next 9 months Tbilisi will receive 90 new buses, Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze said. Tegeta Truck&Bus will convey new buses to the capital city. “Several days ago we introduced a transport policy. In 2018-2019 bus fleet will be fully renewed. Yellow buses will be fully replaced. We had …

Read More »

Budget Raised 107 million GEL from Privatization

In the first half of 2018 the state budget raised 107 million GEL from privatization process, including 44 million GEL were raised by local budgets. In January-June the state budget revenues from privatization were mainly replenished by sales of buildings and structures. As to local budgets, accent was made on …

Read More »

PFI Future Plans to Invest 185 Million EUR in Ajara

Jaba Putkaradze, Minister of Finances and Economics of Ajara met with PFI Future Executive Director of major Polish company Marek Nooras and company representatives. The meeting focused on the investment potential of Adjara region and future perspectives. The Minister informed investors about investment projects in Adjara. The sides talked about …

Read More »

United Nations Predicts 4,3% Economic Growth in Current Year

The United Nations published the 2018 World Economic Growth Prognosis In 2018-2019, the United Nations is expecting 3% economic growth in the world. The United Nations is predicting for 4,3% economic growth in Georgia this year. According to the United Nations, the unemployment rate in Georgia in 2017 was 11.4%, …

Read More »

Construction of Vashlijvari Highway Overpass Begins

The construction of the two-level node begins at the crossing of Marshal Gelovani Avenue and Sarajishvili Street. Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze stated about it today at a government meeting held in the capital city hall. “Construction of Vashlijvari overpass begins today. A two-level node will be arranged at the crossing …

Read More »

Georgian Wine Tasting held in South Korea and Singapore

The National Wine Agency contractor company “Meiburg Wine Media” organized Georgian wine tasting in Singapore and South Korea. During “Asian Tour 2018”, presentation of Georgian wine was lead by the head of the “Meiburg Wine Media”, master of wine Debra Meiburg, who introduced Georgian wine culture and history and contemporary …

Read More »