Daily Archives: September 7, 2018

The Export of Georgian Chacha Increased by 80%

The demand for Georgian chacha is growing on the market. In January-August 2018, 238,9 thousand bottles (0.5 liters) are exported, which is + 80% more than in January-August 2017. Georgian chacha was distributed to 24 countries. The country has received 692400 dollars from China, which is 88% more than in …

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Night Buses to Start Running in Tbilisi from Mid-September

Night buses will start running in Tbilisi starting from mid-september. At the first stage buses will be added during Friday and Saturday. As Kakha Kaladze told journalists recently, in October, a large forum will be held in Tbilisi, where ”Night Mayors” will be invited from different countries. “We are discussing …

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Georgia to Attract 45 million EUR Financial Resource from EU

European Union will render financial assistance to Georgia. The 45-million EUR package will be spent on implementing the reforms. Besides political support, EU continues Georgia’s financial assistance, Deputy Finance Minister Nikoloz Gagua said. Objective of this financial aid is to further strengthen Georgia’s economic steadiness to external risks, foster a …

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ADB Named TBC as the Leading Partner Bank in Georgia in Trade Finance

TBC Bank has been named as the leading partner bank in Georgia for the fourth time by Asian Development Bank in trade finance. The awards ceremony was held in Singapore and attended by about 200 representatives of banks and financial institutions of 15 countries. Asian Development Bank has identified 23 …

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Georgia and Azerbaijan to Open Joint Enterprises

According to the Head of Government, the meetings in Baku discussed joint projects poised to boost the economic relations between Georgia and Azerbaijan. “As you know, free trade is in force between our countries, though there are some flaws. We must expand the framework of our free trade with Azerbaijan …

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69 School in Georgia to be Provided with Wireless Internet

69 schools in 50 regions of Georgia will be provided with wireless internet connection. This initiative was raised by the Cabinet during its meeting today. According to Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze, it is especially exciting that the project will cover all of Georgia, because installing internet connection and digitalization …

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Anaklia Seaport and Economic Zone Project Submitted to Business Sector in France

At the central head office of Business Confederation of France (MEDEF) Anaklia City executive director Keti Bochorishvili submitted the Anaklia Deep water seaport and economic zone project. MEDEF representatives, including members of MEDEF International France Georgia Business council, MEDEF International deputy chairman Marie Ange Debon and Experto founder Ludovic Girod, hosted …

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