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Revisions Needed for AGRI Project’s Feasibility Study

Revisions Needed for AGRI Project’s Feasibility Study

Azerbaijan-Georgia-Romania Interconnector (AGRI) project is not just an issue of strategic thinking; it is first of all an issue of commercial interest, says Romanian ambassador to Georgia Radu Liviu Horumba. “For the moment, we have discussed the feasibility study that was done and this discussion continues at the governmental level,” …

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Advanced Practice of Corporate Governance

Advanced Practice of Corporate Governance

We invite you to take part in the International Conference “FINANCIAL PLANNING, BUDGETING AND COSTS OPTIMIZATION”, which will be held on June 4-7, 2017, in Tbilisi, Georgia in Courtyard by Marriott Hotel 4*. The organizer of the Conference is the company Business-Format. The event will be interesting to: Top-management, CFO/Financial …

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EU Rural Development Practice Brings Increased Opportunities for Georgia

The Government of Georgia has presented its national Rural Development Strategy 2017-2020 to representatives of national and local authorities, civil society organisations, diplomatic missions and international agencies. The Prime Minister of Georgia, Giorgi Kvirikashvili, highlighted the importance of a new approach to rural development grounded on the best European practices. …

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Amber Bar: Georgian Wine Rebel

Amber Bar: Georgian Wine Rebel

On the left bank of Tbilisi’s Mtkvari River in the Plekhanov district is David Aghmashenebeli Avenue, a thoroughfare long associated with wallet-friendly Turkish restaurants and discount clothing boutiques. Some 15 years ago, the crumbling 19th-century buildings and huge eucalyptus trees that lined the street were crowded with people hawking everything from …

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8 Days To Go! What You Need To Know Before Traveling To EU

The European Parliament has approved a proposal on visa liberalisation for Georgia, allowing conditional visa-free travel for citizens. Here are things you need to know before traveling to EU countries. In which countries will the visa waiver apply? The visa-free regime applies to stays in the territories of the EU …

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All Blacks Playing in Tbilisi? Could Happen Under New Calendar

All Blacks Playing in Tbilisi? Could Happen Under New Calendar

The All Blacks playing Georgia and nations of their ilk more regularly could be on the table under World Rugby’s new agreement. The new calendar sees more games for tier two nations against top sides, in the July window as well as in November. SANZAAR countries have agreed to host …

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Rosneft Increases Petroleum Product Supplies to Turkey

Rosneft Increases Petroleum Product Supplies to Turkey

Rosneft announces on supply increase of petroleum product to Turkey. Rosneft signed a number of documents with Turkey’s leading energy companies on the sidelines of the top level negotiations between the President of Russia Vladimir Putin and the President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. Rosneft and Demiroren Group Companies signed …

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Georgia A Small But Unique Beauty: Euronews

Euronews spoke at Berlin’s ITB to Giorgi Chogovadze, Head of Administration at the Georgian National Tourism Administration about how Georgia’s tourist potential stands out in comparison to its competitors in the Caucasus region. “Georgia is the cradle of wine and has unique places to be visited, they are part of …

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Tbilisi to Host First Annual Georgian Economic Forum

economic forum

The first Annual Forum ‘Georgian Economy: Prospects and Challenges’ is scheduled to take place in Tbilisi March 20, 2017. The forum aims to review the Georgian financial markets, investments, challenges and opportunities, as well as monitor trends and developments in all major industry sectors of the country. The event covers …

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