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Ardi: Georgia should Have Compulsory Insurance

An interview with Executive Director of the insurance company Ardi Kartlos Koranashvili Management of the company Ardi favors the introduction of compulsory insurance in Georgia. If it is necessary today? If the government really wants to take care of the population, it is necessary. Natural disasters and fires affected thousands …

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Kass Boutique Hotel to Set up in Tbilisi

Kass Boutique Hotel

The Israeli-based hotel brand, owned and operated by the Kass Boutique Hotel Group, is scheduled to open in 2017 on Gergeti St, near the city centre. The group will invest $25 million USD (about 60 million GEL) to build the five-star facility. Additionally, the Kass Boutique Hotel Group will fund …

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Direct Flights Tbilisi-Barcelona Could Be Launched

Barcelona-Tbilisi Flights

Travelling between Barcelona and Tbilisi could soon become easier after – a Spanish low-cost airline Vueling Airlines is showing interest to enter the Georgian market. Vueling Airlines has been studying the possibility to launch a regular direct Barcelona-Tbilisi flight, and revealed they planned to begin this service from 2016. Airline representatives …

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Erik Heisholt Cannes Lions Grand Prix Winner To Speak At Ad Black Sea

Erik Heisholt, Executive Creative Director & Founder of Heisholt Inc., Norway will talk at seminar program of Ad Black Sea. Erik Heisholt is one of Scandinavias highest awarded creative directors. His merit list includes Grand Prix at Cannes Lions, Gold, Silver & Bronze Lions at Cannes Lions, Gold; silver and …

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TBILISI – Mice Trends and its Immediate Future

Leah Rusia

Article By Leah Rusia-Beselidze Director | Head of Consultancy Services at Cushman & Wakefield | Veritas Brown  Industry predictions indicate that the MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions) sector is poised for vigorous growth. On the background of the regional financial instability it’s springing back and is positioned stronger than ever. The …

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Georgia Will Be Global Aircraft Part producer


Boeing, Bombardier, Airbus, Sukhoi and other world leading aircraft manufacturers will soon use plane parts produced in Georgia. An $85 million USD factory that will make and export civilian aircraft parts will open in Georgia’s capital Tbilisi in 2017. Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili launched construction of the new factory today. …

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Georgian Literary Award SABA Winners will be Revealed Today

Saba Awards

Today the 13th award ceremony of literature award Saba will take place in Georgia, Mtskheta. Winners will be chosen from 10 nominations.  This year’s awards will be held at Ivane Mukhranbatoni’s historic palace, which is located in Mukhrani. A-5 member jury will become known at the ceremony, whose identity, is traditionally kept in secret …

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“Ardi” Has a Special Appeal to the Ruling Party: Compulsory Insurance is the most Effective Instrument of the Social Protection of the Population

Georgia virtually has no any form of compulsory insurance because neither the previous nor current government proposed any initiative in this direction, or introduced compulsory insurance, which almost ruled out the competition and discredited the system. Correct mandatory insurance products tailored to the needs of the population is the instrument …

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Georgian honey to Be Exported to Europe in 2016

Georgian Honey

Georgian honey has a high chance of making an impression in Europe and becoming Georgia’s leading exported products alongside wine, hazelnuts and blueberry. After today’s Government meeting Agriculture Minister Otar Danelia said from February 2016 Georgian honey will be exported to European countries. Georgian honey will have a special Georgian …

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Georgia Seeks More Benefits From Khudoni HPP Project

Electricity generated at the under-construction Khudoni Hydro Power Plant (HPP) will remain in Georgia for a year instead of three months. This was a new idea the Georgian Government wanted to insert into the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed between the Government and investor in 2011, to give Georgia more …

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