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Rompetrol Restyles Filling Station on Saakadze Square

 “Rompetrol Georgia” has finished restyling/rebranding of the petrol station, located on “Saakadze Square”. The opening event of renovated station was held today on September 3. After restyling/rebranding, the station is equipped with modern technology, high durability materials and lighting which ensures the station will stay in top condition for a …

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Small and Medium Business Refuses to Expand

According to the Georgian Association of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises, these industries reduce their activities and give up prospects for growth. Georgia has been suffering a financial crisis for 10 months, the national currency devalued  by 30%, lari depreciation has a negative impact on the purchasing power of the population that …

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What do Georgian Businessmen Expect from Georgian Ambassadors?

New Economy Minister of Georgia  asks ambassadors to help in attracting foreign investments. Natalie Sabanadze,  Ambassador of Georgia to the EU, believes  that the new foreign minister George Kvirikashvil will devote more attention to economic diplomacy. How exactly are Georgia’s ambassadors to various countries involved in establishing the economic relations between …

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1 Billion to Be Invested in Tbilisi Sea “Eco Green City”

Tbilisi Sea

The area surrounding Tbilisi Sea is set to undergo major infrastructural development to turn the area into a bustling district with medical centres, schools, trade districts, an ecologically friendly housing area and more. Georgia’s Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili visited the 200-250 hectare construction site today, located on the outskirts of …

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Georgian Food Catches Great Attention At Riga Food Festival

Riga food

From September 3-5 Georgia will participate at the 20th Riga Food Festival – an annual international festival bringing together cuisine from all over the world. The event is the Baltic region’s largest food show and this year is hosting cuisines from 36 nations. Georgian juice and jam company Kula, nut factories Nutex, Euronuts …

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10 Reason To Invest in Georgia

Invest In Georgia

Georgia is getting more and more investors from around the world, investors from Iran, Netherlands, Azerbaijan, China, India and other. Why to invest in Georgia? We have 10 reasons why you need to invest in Georgia. 1. Wide region market –  According to investingeorgia , Georgia’s liberal trade regimes provide investors …

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Interview with EastPoint Mall Marketing Director Tea Lominadze

Georgians have been observing the construction of EastPoint Tbilisi mall on the Kakheti Highway for the past year. Everyone is curious to see what the outcome of the long construction will be like. The country’s yet largest mall is set to open its doors on September 12, 2015 with Nino …

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Indian Companies Invest in Georgia

Indian Investors in Georgia

Business ties between Georgia and India is growing. After investing in Georgia’s energy sector, now Indian companies are showing their interest in the country’s hotel and hospitality sector. Representatives from large Indian companies Unique Mercantile India and Apna Punjab are in Georgia on their second visit to learn more about …

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Construction of Nenskra HPP Begins in Georgia

Nenskra HPP

Construction of a billion dollar Hydro-Electric Power Plant (HPP) has begun in Georgia’s northwest. Parties involved in the development and construction works signed a special agreement today, signaling the launch of the 280 megawatt Nenskra Hydro-Electric Power Plant (HPP), worth $1 billion USD. The construction phase of the project is …

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