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Cooperation Memorandum is Signed Between Partnership Fund and Zhangs’ Province

Cooperation Memorandum is Signed Between Partnership Fund and Zhangs' Province

Delegation of Partnership Fund continues the official visit in the Zhangs’ Province of People’s Republic of China. According to the Fund, delegation, headed by Davit Saganelidze, has met to Lu Sin Y, governor of Zhangs’ Province. The meeting has highlighted deepening issues of trade-economic relation between China and Georgia. A memorandum is signed, …

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CMEC Got Interested in Making Investments in Georgia

CMEC Got Interested in Making Investments in Georgia

China’s biggest corporation CMEC (China Machinery Engineering Corporation) got interested in making investments in Georgia. Currently, the company’s delegation is visiting and holding meetings in Tbilisi. A meeting  with the Partnership Fund already took place. The Fund introduced its mandate, functions and priorities. According to the management of China Machinery Engineering …

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Georgia Reaps the benefits of $20 million USD

Georgia Reaps the benefits of $20 million USD

According to the data provided by National Wine Agency, in the first two month of 2016 Georgia exported 4,531,556 bottles of wine to 21 countries, which generated $10.75 million USD income for Georgia. Wine exports and brandy to markets all over the world increased the total revenues significantly in Georgia …

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Georgia Holds First Round of Free Trade Talks With China

Officials from the Georgian Economy Ministry and Chinese Ministry of Commerce held first round of talks on free trade agreement between the two countries in Tbilisi on February 22-23. “We have agreed on a joint goal to complete free trade negotiations by the end of 2016,” Georgian chief negotiator and …

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Another Georgian Wine House Opens in China

Georgian wine in china

The Georgian Wine House was unveiled in the Chinese town of Lishui, the Zhejiang Province. Maia Tskitishvili, a special representative of LEPL National Wine Agency of the Georgian Agriculture Ministry to China, attended the wine house inauguration ceremony jointly with a Georgian delegation. The Georgian Wine House was unveiled by …

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China Stocks Plunge to 13-Month Low

China Stocks Plunge to 13-Month Low

China’s stocks tumbled to the lowest levels in 13 months amid concern capital outflows will accelerate as the economy slows and support for the yuan eats into the nation’s foreign reserves, Bloomberg reports. The Shanghai Composite Index plunged 6.4 percent to 2,749.79 at the close. All industry groups slumped, ranging …

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Iran Sanctions Seen Lifted by Monday Once Nuclear Deal Verified

Iran Sanctions Seen Lifted by Monday Once Nuclear Deal Verified

decade of sanctions imposed on Iran’s nuclear program may come to an end by Monday, unlocking billions of dollars in frozen accounts and paving the way for a surge in oil exports from the Islamic Republic. The International Atomic Energy Agency is expected to report on Friday that Iran has fulfilled …

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Post Magazine: Three Outstanding Wines From Georgia

South Chinese magazine published an article with the title Three Outstanding Wines from Georgia,  Badagoni Alaverdi Tradition, Pheasant’s Tears Shavkapito, Kartli and Teleda Saperavi.  This year Georgian wine has been acquiring its name on Chinese market, recently three traditional wine shops opened in China’s Xinjiang province. Winemakers believe that  Georgian wine will not …

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Chinese Shipping Holding Expands its Activity in Georgia

Dimitry Kumsishvili

China Shipping (Europe) Holding, which is represented in more than 180 Sea Ports of the world via 80 local and international routes including Georgia, is ready to expand its activities. Company considers foreign trade between Georgia and Asian countries, as well as Georgia and Black Sea Countries to become more intensive. As …

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The Mystery of China’s Levitating Cars

The Mystery of China’s Levitating Cars

The mystery of China’s levitating cars has been solved — and the explanation is very down-to-Earth. Viral video appears to show three vehicles suddenly going airborne as they approach an intersection in the city of Xingtai, about 250 miles south of Beijing. “I was driving slowly straight ahead,” a van …

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Who will Benefit More from the China-Georgia Free Trade Agreement?

Tbilisi and Beijing have launched negotiations on establishing a free-trade regime between the two countries. Some experts have already expressed their view that China will benefit much more from the free trade agreement with Georgia. However Mariam Gabunia from the Ministry of Economy’s Foreign Trade and International Economic Relations Department …

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Georgia Named Among the Best Wine Producing Countries

Georgian Wine

On November 15-17  China’s Guangzhou is hosting the 15th International Wine and Spirits Exhibition – Interwine Guangzhou 2015. 9 Georgian wine companies are taking part: Besini, Askaneli Brothers, Bagrationi 1882, Teliani Valley, Dugladze, Kakhuri Wine Cellar, Khareba, Telavi Wine Cellar, Batono. Wine contest  Interwine Guangzhou 2015 was held in the …

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