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US and China Economies Slow Down, While Eurozone Rebounds – OECD

Economic growth in the US and China is expected to slow down while the eurozone is still on course for economic recovery this year, according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). “In the euro area, growth momentum continues to strengthen, particularly in France and Italy. Signs of …

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Georgia begins new project to promote economy

Georgia begins new project to promote economy

Georgia begins a new project, which aims to promote sustained economic development and stability of the enterprises in the country with the assistance of the US government, referring to the association of trade unions of Georgia, the information-analytical portal Georgia Online said March 4. The project involves strengthening of trade …

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Baku, Ankara, Tbilisi to discuss economic ties

Batumi is to host a business forum. A business forum with participation of the representatives of Georgia, Turkey and Azerbaijan will be held in Batumi on March 6. Oxu.Az reports with reference to Georgian media that the statement came from speaker of the Georgian Foreign Ministy David Kereselidze. “The fourth business …

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Armenia Saw 3.9% Rise of Economic Activity Last Year

Armenia’s economic activity indicator between January and December of last year exceeded the indicator of the same period in 2013 by 3.9 percent. As “Armenpress” reports, the National Statistical Service of the Republic of Armenia has presented the preliminary major macroeconomic indicators based on a current and operative summary that shows the socio-economic situation in the …

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DCFTA: Promising Growth — Grant Thornton’s international business report

Author: Nikoloz Akhalaia, analyst at Grant Thornton Georgia In 2014 Georgia signed the long awaited association and trade liberalization agreements with the EU. The agreements provide an opportunity to the decrease trade deficit by increasing export capacity, as well as making Georgia more attractive for potential investors. Because of the …

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