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Henrik Hololei: EU Outlined Infrastructure Projects in Georgia

The Director General of the Transport and Mobility of the European Commission Henrik Hololei says that the EU has expanded trans-European transport network to eastern partnership countries.  Henrik Hololei noted that the mobility and transport are the backbone of the further enhancing of the cooperation between the EU and Georgia. …

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Georgia to Place Customs Documents into Blockchain System

Georgia plans to launch the program for registration of customs documents into the blockchain system, Minister of Finance of Georgia Ivane Machavriani noted on January 29. This project will be the second case, when the Georgian government employs Blockchain system. namely, the country will upload certificates of indicators of origin …

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Baku-Tbilisi-Kars – Commerce or Politics

In October 2017, the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railroad was officially inaugurated. The project’s authors asserted that this section would work as the shortest route from China to Eastern Europe, and serve both cargo and passenger trains. What do we have in reality? What type and what volume of cargo has been transported …

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Tbilisi to Host Georgia and World 2019 Economic Conference

Georgia and the World 2019 economic conference will be held at TechnoPark in Tbilisi on January 29-30, under the aegis of the World 2019 annual edition of the Economist. Besides representatives of Georgian Government, diplomatic corps, international organizations, business sector and academic circles, Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze will attend the …

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Davos Podcast: Marcomms Leaders From Philip Morris, UNWFP & TCS

The Echo Chamber sits down a with a trio of in-house marketing/comms leaders at the 2019 World Economic Forum. The Holmes Report’s Arun Sudhaman sits down with a trio of senior marcomms leaders at the 2019 World Economic Forum at Davos, discussing the event’s enduring significance, along with the challenges facing …

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Prime Minister Outlines Meetings Held in Davos

“Our presence in Davos in 2019 was most successful and I am confident that economic policy that we carry out in the country will gain much more success” stated Mamuka Bakhtadze, Prime Minister of Georgia when summing up his visit to the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos today. Head …

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Georgia to Build First Regional Landfill in Line with EU Standards

A regional landfill will be constructed within the next 15 months close to the Georgian city of Kutaisi, in full compliance with European standards. The contract for the construction of the landfill was signed on 24 January. Serving approximately 700,000 citizens of Imereti, Racha-lechkhumi and Kvemo Svaneti regions, the new …

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Ambassador and Ramada Hotels to Open at Goderzi Resort

Ambassador and Ramada hotels will open at Goderdzi Resort, Sulkhan Ghlonti, head of the Adjara Tourism and Resorts Department, told BM.Ge. The 5-star hotel of Ambassador will be inaugurated by the owners of the hotels network of Ambassador. Over the past period, the investors show growing interest in Goderdzi Resort, …

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