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Business Week Summary

Caucasus Business Week sums up the main events of last week. Extended Meeting was Held Between Chancellor of Germany and Prime Minister of Georgia Angela Merkel discussed German investment possibilities in Georgia. While we learned from Thomas Bareiss that Deutsche Bahn is interested in cooperation with Georgia.     JSC …

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Number of Hotels in Georgia -Statistics

According to declared indicators, a total of 1496 economic entities provided hotel services in 2017, which owned 1595 hotels and hotel-style facilities. According to Geostat, national statistics service of Georgia, a total of 66 900 hotel beds were registered in Georgia in 30 700 suites, including luxury apartments (9.9%), one-bed suite – …

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Kargi Gogo Opens Georgian Restaurant in NE Portland

Kargi Gogo, the former food cart dedicated to Georgian cuisine, opened in July as a brick-and-mortar restaurant on Northeast Alberta Street, oregonlive writes. The restaurant specializes in khachapuri cheese breads and kninkaki dumplings — and if those names aren’t a giveaway, we’re talking about foods from Georgia the country. Fredericks and his …

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Acer Presents New Products in Berlin

The tech giant unveiled a bevy of laptops, including the world’s lightest 15-inch laptop and a metal-clad budget Chromebook. However, that was really just the start. It also launched a uniquely detachable mixed reality headset, and even a gaming cockpit that’s practically a throne. It’s a lot to take in, but don’t worry — we’ve condensed …

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Tourist Trips to Reach Nearly 9 million by 2022 in Georgia

Galt&Taggart published a research, reporting Georgia expects 8.8mn tourist trips in 2022 (up from 7.6mn previously), or 2.4x the country’s population. This increase will see Georgia overtake Hungary (1.6x), Slovenia (1.5x), Albania (1.4x) and Bulgaria (1.2x) according to their 2016 ratios. However, this would still be below the proportions found …

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Rustavi Steel Addresses to Government – We Have to Fire about 300 employees

According to Rustavi Metallurgical Plant’s management, if the Government does not introduce mechanisms for domestic market protection, the plant will have to fire about 300 employees in September. New regulations introduced by the US President on aluminum and steel grows taxes and creates essential problems to the field performance. On …

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The Most Demanded Universities of the Year in Georgia

According to the final results of the unified national exams, 27 906 entrants became students in 2018, which means that about 70% entrants passed exams for higher education. Tbilisi State Univesity takes first place in the ranking of the most demanding non-proficient universities as the first choice. The Tbilisi State University …

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Michel Sogny to Give Masterclass within Batumi MusicFest

One of the Batumi MusicFest exclusivity is the master classes with a French professor and an author of a revolutionary Piano Method – Michel Sogny. Masterclasses will be held from 6th to 12th of September 2018 at Batumi Music School (D. Tavdadebuli Str. N5). Michel Sogny’s Piano Method is based …

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TBC Bank Held Agro Forum for Farmers in Akhaltsikhe

TBC Bank’s Agro Forums continue in the regions and have already moved to Samtskhe-Javakheti after Kakheti and Shida Kartli. The experts of the field shared the latest information on the breeding of dairy products, creation of agricultural cooperatives and other important issues during the Akhaltsikhe one-day forum. “Regional Agro Forums …

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