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POWERCHINA Has “Concrete Plans” on Anaklia Port Investment

Georgia’s PM Garibashvili ended his working visit to China earlier today. The PM and a Georgian delegation spent about five days in China to attend the World Economic Forum and host other official meetings. One of the meetings was with representatives of the POWERCHINA investment corporation. The PM’s Administration said …

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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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How Does Issuing Equity and Bonds Affect a Company’s Growth?

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Stock and corporate bond markets have expanded rapidly since the early 1990s, but three basic, interrelated questions remain unanswered: How many and which firms issue equity and bonds in domestic and international markets? What happens to the assets, sales, and number of employees of firms that issue debt and equity …

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Iran and Azerbaijan Raising Economy

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“Iran and Azerbaijan have great potential for cooperation in energy, transport and trade areas. Using the current potential for their economic development, both countries can realize joint programs that will help them get access to foreign markets, including European one,” head of the secretariat of the Iran-Azerbaijan intergovernmental commission Mehdi …

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Business Administration is The Most Popular Profession in Georgia

Business Administration is The Most Popular Profession in Georgia

What are three most popular professions among Georgian university entrants this year? Georgia’s National Assessment and Examination Center (naec) released figures of how many students applied to various professional programs at different Georgian educational institutions this year. The statistics revealed the three most popular professions were business administration, law and …

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Russian Central Banks to Save Struggling Companies

According to Bloomberg Moscow has restricted Western imports in retaliation for the sanctions, and a weaker ruble has made foreign goods more expensive. That should have created opportunities for Russian companies by boosting demand for their products at home. considering high domestic interest rates and the lack of access to …

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Government’s New Regulation for Business

Amid belt-tightening,  the Georgian government is increasing  spending not for  social projects   but for the  introduction of  a new regulation for  business, namely  electronic marking system for  non-alcoholic beverages. The authorities want this obligation, the business has been struggling  with for almost 5 years, to come into effect  in the …

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PMCG: Business Sector Increased by 11.9%

According to PMCG, In the first quarter of 2015, the production in business sector increased by 11.9%. In comparison with the first quarter of 2014. In this period the average monthly remuneration of employed individuals increased by 72.6 GEL and the number of employees in the business sector increased by …

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Flood Influence on Georgian Economy

The June 13 Tbilisi flood has left incurable wound on the heart of Georgian citizens. We have lost lives of our compatriots, many families remain unsheltered, motorways and infrastructure have been demolished, animals have been drowned. Besides these losses, the flood has inflicted significant economic and environmental damage to our …

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