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Pip Oil Processing Plant Opens in Velistsikhe

A pip oil processing plant has opened in the village of Velistsikhe, Gurjaani municipality. Ukrainian company Eco Georgian Group has made investments of 1 million GEL in the plant, which is equipped with cutting-edge machineries. This year the plant will produce 3 000 tons of grape Chacha to manufacture 55-60 …

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Salome Gvelesiani: Innovation Forms very Fast in Public Relations Field

Interview with Salome Gvelesiani, Marketing Communications Manager of Agrohub. Why did you decide to enter this field, and what kind of opportunities does this profession give you? I haven’t made any specific decision like: ‘’I’m going to be a PR Manager’’. When I was starting out studying, I haven’t even …

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National Bank to Enforce New Loan Regulations Ahead of Schedule

Revised loan coefficients will be specified at the next meeting of National Bank of Georgia on November 21. Under new regulations, borrowers are to have higher salaries for taking loans. Monthly Net Incomes in GEL Loan Service Coefficient – Maximum Indicator for Nonhedged Borrowers Lona Service Coefficient – Maximum indicator …

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Tbilisi City Hall Launches Night Bus Route

Night Bus route has launched operation in Tbilisi. Bus N222 will work from 00:00 to 06:00 on Friday-Saturday night from Akhmeteli Theater underground station to Varketili. Deputy Tbilisi Mayor Sopio Khuntsaria noted that this is a pioneering project and if it justifies other routes will be also launched in three …

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BPC Company Exports Juice Products to Qatar

BPC bio juice products manufacturing company launched exports of its products to Qatar in early September – the company exported one container of dog-rose and cherry natural juice products. The company director Nino Abashidze told BM.Ge that this year they sent several test boxes to Kuwait in 2018, as well …

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Court of Arbitration will be Established in Georgia

The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) of Georgia will sign a memorandum with the government of Georgia to establish the International Court of Arbitration in Georgia – states the President of the ICC, Fady Asly. According to him, the memorandum will be signed with the Georgian government on December 20. …

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IMF Managing Director and PM Discussed Progress Under Georgia’s Economic Reform

Following a meeting with Georgia’s Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze in Washington today, Ms. Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, made the following statement: “Prime Minister Bakhtadze and I discussed the good progress under Georgia’s economic reform program supported by the IMF’s $285 million Extended Fund Facility. The …

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Deutsche Welle Films TV Program on Ajara

Deutsche Welle is preparing one more program about Adjara. Journalists from international media visited Ajara to film travel guide ”Meet the Local”. The main tourist attractions of Batumi, the Georgian cuisine and the Keda Wine Cellars were in the spotlight of the camera. Millions of viewers will watch the TV …

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Levan Mekhuzla Appointed as New Head of National Wine Agency

National Wine Agency (NWA) announced that its new chairman is Mr. Levan Mekhuzla, who was appointed on September 21, Hvino News reports. Since April Mr. Mekhuzla has been deputy chairman of the NWA. Levan Mekhuzla was born in 1975. He graduated from Agrarian University in 1997. In 2010 he got …

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