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Number of Internet Users in Georgia due to Regions

There are 666 283 Internet users in Georgia, excluding mobile users. Silknet serves a major number of subscribes (276 894 users). Magticom ranks second with 226 814 users and Akhali Kselebi ranks third with 41 422 users; CGC serves 21 390 users, Forbes Georgia reports. According to Georgian National Communications …

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Opportunity for Civil Society Leaders from Eastern Neighbourhood

Young civil society leaders from the six Eastern Neighbourhood countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine) are invited to apply for the Eastern Partnership Civil Society fellowship programme and increase their leadership capacity. Supported by Eastern Partnership Civil Society facility, the fellowship programme aims to identify young, …

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Georgia Looks East for its Greatest wine Hope

Riding on the back of strong Georgian wine export performance to China and a newly signed Free Trade Agreement between the two countries, Georgian wines are racking up interest among trade professionals and consumers, bolstered by expected exemption of 14% import tariff on Georgian wines which could take effect as …

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Georgia to Attend China’s Biggest Exhibition

The Chinese town of Siamen will host China International Fair for Investment &Trade, the biggest international investment and trading exhibition. Georgia will be represented at the exhibition with the status of an invited honorary country. Our country will have a special exhibition space. As part of the mentioned exhibition, by …

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EFTA Free Trade Agreement with Georgia Came Into Force

The EFTA States, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland, signed a free trade agreement with Georgia in Bern, Switzerland, on 27 June 2016. From September 1, 2017 agreement came into force. As a broad-based agreement, the FTA covers trade in goods, trade in services, establishment, the protection of intellectual property rights, government …

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Georgia’s Economy Gathers Pace, Grows 4.4 pct in Jan-July

Georgia’s economy expanded 4.4 percent year on year in the first seven months of 2017, data showed on Wednesday, up from 2.7 percent in the same period of 2016 as exports and remittances from abroad rose. Georgia, through which pipelines carry Caspian oil and gas to Europe, is recovering from …

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ADY Express Launches Georgia-Azerbaijan Container Train

ADY Express Launches Georgia-Azerbaijan Container Train

A subsidiary of Azerbaijan Railways CJSC, Logistics Company called ADY Express LLC has launched new container block train on the Poti/Batumi (Georgia) – Keshla station (Azerbaijan) route, said company’s the website. The train is scheduled to depart three times a week and cover a distance of 900 kilometers in 30 …

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Trade Turnover Between Azerbaijan, Georgia Hits $425M

The trade turnover between Azerbaijan and Georgia amounted to $425.91 million in January-July 2017, which is 34.2 percent more compared to the same period of 2016. Azerbaijan occupies the fifth place among the importers of Georgian products, according to Georgia’s Statistics Service. During the reporting period, the supply of goods …

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Russia Remains Georgia’s Major Exports Market

Russia Remains Georgia's Major Exports Market

Russia remains Georgia’s major exports market. According to January-July indicators, Georgia exported 214.8mln USD products to Russian Federation, that is 14.8% in total exports (1.446bln USD). Georgia exported ferroalloys (80.1mln USD in January-July), wines (48.36mln USD), waters (25.98mln USD), spirits (11.3mln USD) and motorcars (7.6mln USD). All the mentioned groups …

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