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Developing Arbitration to Increase Access to Justice in Georgia

Tbilisi hosts the fourth annual International conference “GIAC Arbitration Days”. The conference aims to enhance arbitration in Georgia as an alternative method of dispute resolution, contribute to ongoing reforms in the system of justice and promote Georgia as a regional arbitration centre. The event opened on October 2, 2017, with …

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Fuel Importers Continue Deceiving Society

Association of Young Financiers and Businessmen (AYFB) continue fuel market research, due to high public interest, extreme hike in fuel prices and international market developments. AYFB vice president Paata Bairakhtari noted that global stock exchanges genuinely record price surge tendencies, however, Georgian market tendencies are absolutely inadequate to international realities, …

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Georgia Always Open for Azerbaijani Businessmen

Caspian European Club and Caspian American Club hosted the first CEO Lunch Tbilisi in Georgia Sept. 29. CEO Lunch Tbilisi has been held with participation of Prime Minister of Georgia Giorgi Kvirikashvili within the framework of the official ceremony marking the resumption of activities of Caspian Energy Georgia. First Vice …

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Beabloo Hires Experto to Expand in Georgia

A Tbilisi-based business consultancy which pioneered Market Entry Services in Georgia – announced today that it has been appointed to provide representation services for Beabloo (Turkey), a leader in developing omnichannel digital marketing solutions and Big Data analytics for online and offline marketing. Beabloo technology allows brands and organizations to …

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Nenskra HPP Construction Works will Be Accelerated

Partnership Fund’s executive director David Saganelidze has hosted the managing team of K-water, Korean water resources corporation and Nenskra HPP project company JSC Nenskra Hydro . At the meeting the parties discussed Nenskra HPP construction process and discussed project implementation issues. K-water managers thanked Georgian officials and Partnership Fund management …

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TAV Holding: Good Airports Have Adequate Prices

TAV Holding: Good Airports Have Adequate Prices

“If you want to have a good airport, then prices will be adequate”, TAV Holding president Sani Shener noted. In response to the question whether TAV Georgia’s pricing policy hinders low-cost airlines to enter the Georgian market, the TAV Holding president noted that passengers need good services and these services …

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Microsoft: Companies Move to Licensed Software Painlessly

A great number of companies move to licensed software of Microsoft painlessly, Microsoft Georgia director general Nikoloz Doborjginidze told Business Course. Number of pirated software declines year to year in Georgia, he said. This tendency is proved by the research, under which in 2016 level of unlicensed software declined to …

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