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Kona Getting Ready to Launch Exports to EU


KONA cooperative, a beneficiary of the DCFTA information center of Georgian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, is getting ready to launch exports to the Netherlands. The cooperative has already selected a partner company in the mentioned country. Representatives of KONA cooperative have received an offer from DCFTA information center on …

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DCFTA Effect on Entrepreneurs

International School of Economics (ISET) has conducted a research work for outlining needs and challenges of business promoting organizations. The research work has showed that promoter organizations have to win confidence of member and nonmember companies. At the same time, according to the report, media is an only source of …

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Georgia and Great Britain Start Working on Saving Free Trade Regime

Genadi Arveladze, Deputy Minister of Economy of Georgia, has met with Sara Kroft, chief negotiator of Great Britain with Eastern Europe and Central Asia. After the Brexit, Great Britain has faced necessity that EU-signed international agreements be moved to bilateral format, especially, special regard is paid to saving the trade …

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Twinning Project Prepares Georgian Experts to lead DCFTA Information Centres

The EU-funded Georgia Reaching European Access and Trade (GREAT) project is preparing Georgian experts to lead its Deep and Comprehensive Fair Trade Agreement (DCFTA) information centres. The establishment of ‘one-stop-shop’ information centres throughout Georgia was an objective of the twinning activity organised within the GREAT project, which is part of …

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9 Sectors with Investment Potential under DCFTA

Deep and Comprehensive Free Space Agreement (DCFTA) provides good opportunity for not only Georgian  entrepreneurs for penetrating new markets, but they are interesting for foreign investors too. Developing communication channels acquires special importance to introduce Georgia’s investments and new exports market opportunities to global investors. In this respect, communications strategy …

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EU Market Opens for Georgian Anchovy From June 20

Anchovy caught in Georgian Waters of the Black Sea basin will be the third products of animal origin admitted to the EU market. The EU human health and right protection directorate will officially publish the decision on June 20. Georgian companies have been getting ready for this decision for two …

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Georgia and USAID – Restoring Efficiency in Agriculture Production

To celebrate 25 years of U.S.-Georgia diplomatic relations, the Georgian Culinary Academy hosted a cook-off with USAID’s Restoring Efficiency in Agriculture Production (REAP) project. The event challenged U.S. and Georgian officials to prepare dishes using only products from local producers and agribusinesses supported by the REAP project and the Agriculture …

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EBRD Advice to Business: One Year in Progress


EBRD sums up the first-year results of an initiative to assist small and medium enterprises fully enjoy benefits of the DCFTA. 100 small and medium sized companies, increased their turnover, generated additional jobs and boosted their investment opportunities, through EBRD advisory services in organizational management, food safety, financial management and …

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Rome to Host Georgia-Italy Business Forum in Spring

Georgia-Italy business forum will be held in Rome in Spring. Italian ambassador to Georgia Enrico Bartoli told the Business Contract that Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili will attend the Forum, as well as major trade agencies of Italy and representatives of Italian business companies. “Italy ranks second in Europe in …

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