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EU is Helping Businesses Grow in Georgia

Strengthening businesses, developing digital economies and building relations between entrepreneurs from the European Union and its Eastern partner countries are at the heart of the discussions at the 4th Eastern Partnership (EaP) Business Forum in Estonia on 26-27 October 2017. The event brings together more than 450 business leaders, politicians …

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Georgia Works on Integration of Rural Development into National Policies

 Around thirty representatives of the Government of Georgia attended a working meeting in Tbilisi last week to discuss integrating rural development into the national policies of the country. While recognising the challenges relating to rural development in Georgia, the participants focused on the effective implementation of the national Rural Development …

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Liberty Bank Becomes a Supporter of Europe House Campaign

”Europe House” campaign responds the strategy of the Government of Georgia about communications and enlistment of Georgia in the EU and NATO for 2017-2020. In particular, one of the main messages: “The process of Georgia’s integration into the EU and NATO contributes to the creation of a safe and competitive …

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Inter-municipal Cooperation for Solid Waste Management in Georgia

A series of meetings and a workshop on inter-municipal cooperation for solid waste management took place in the Georgian cities of Batumi and Keda, Adjara region, in September. Organised within the joint EU/Council of Europe programme on strengthening institutional frameworks for local governance, the events served to discuss three technical scenarios …

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EU Representatives will Discuss about Georgia in Brussels

EU representatives will discuss about Georgia In Brussels, – “Estonia is a compromising option for Georgia, Ukraine and Moldova’s European aspirations,”Ricardo Yozovac, correspondent of Radio Liberty said “On Wednesday, EU ambassadors will discuss” Eastern Partnership “issues. Estonia is a compromise option for Georgia, Ukraine and Moldova’s European aspirations, “- wrote …

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EU Proposes New Macro-Financial Assistance to Georgia

The European Commission proposed new Macro-Financial Assistance (MFA) to Georgia, worth up to €45 million. According to an EU press release, if adopted by the European Parliament and the Council, this assistance would help Georgia cover part of its external financing needs. “Today’s proposal for additional assistance is another sign …

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Development of Metrology and Standardisation Infrastructure in Georgia

A new EU project, recently launched in Georgia, will focus on access to international standard metrology and standardisation services  in the country. While further supporting the development of Georgia’s metrology and standardisation infrastructure in line with EU and international best practices, the project will also focus on improving the knowledge and skills of …

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The first Georgian olive oil will be exported to the EU

The first Georgian olive oil will be exported to the EU. Giorgi Svanidze, Head of the “Georgian Olive”, said at Business Course that the target export market is the Netherlands where the Georgian olive oil is sold in the supermarket. In addition, the launch of the product is planned in …

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EU and UNDP Research Reveals Georgians Concerns

The number of Georgians, who think that their rights are protected, has doubled in the last ten years. Nevertheless, every second Georgian feels insecure about their personal data. Almost a third of the respondents (27% in average and 36% in Tbilisi) see labour rights as the most frequently abused human …

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