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Winery Khareba to Open Hotel in Kazbegi


Winery Khareba is planning to open a hotel on the way to Trinity Church in Kazbegi. They declared in the company that the construction is practically completed and there are currently trying to locate necessary equipment in the hotel. The hotel will be officially opened in about a month. According …

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AmCham: Removal of Article 94 from Basic Law is Bad Message for Investors


Removal of article 94 from the basic law, which bans a growth in taxes without referendum, will send bad massage to international investors, because business needs stability and article 94 guarantees this stability, Michael Cowgill, head of American Chamber of Commerce in Georgia, noted. “First of all, business needs guarantees …

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AmCham Criticizes Restrictions on Land Sales to Foreign Citizens


American Chamber of Commerce has expressed extremely negative position regarding the announced restrictions of land sales to foreign citizens, AmCham head Michael Cowgill told Business Course. “We have many members, who own lands fully or partly, and therefore, they will suspend their investment projects. Agriculture sector has huge potential in …

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Bon Repas -Tbilisi New Cafe with an Unique Concept


Bon Repas is a new cafe with a delicious lunch menu and an unique concept.After the US, Great Britain and many other European countries, Bon Repas has been launched in Georgia. There is everything you need to relax and enjoy food at Bon Repas: Sandwiches, salads, soups, fruit salads, croissants, …

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Georgia’s Route May Become the Most Profitable for China

Georgia's Route May Become the Most Profitable for China

Georgia’s route may become the most profitable for China. The President of Kazakhstan noted the importance of Georgia’s transit corridor. Nursultan Nazarbayev said on the meeting with the President of Georgia on the possibility of solving tariff and other problems. At the same time, he expressed readiness to deepen friendship …

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