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Georgian Exporter Companies Attending Gulfood 2017 International Exhibition

Georgian exporter companies are participating in Gulfood 2017, a leading international exhibition of food products and beverages, from February 26 to March 2. Georgian delegation’s visit was organized by Entrepreneurship Development Agency of Ministry of Economy. In United Arab Emirates (UAE), representatives of Georgian private sector were accompanied by Deputy …

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Schirnhofer to Open First Brand Store on Vazha-Pshavela Avenue

Schirnhofer, a meat products manufacturing company, plans to open its first brand store on Vazha-Pshavela Avenue in Tbilisi, nearby the building of National Archives of Georgia, in several weeks. Later the company will expand network in other districts of Tbilisi and other cities too, the company managers told BusinessContract. Bread …

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Georgian Airways to Perform Direct Flights to Lebanon

Georgian airline Georgian Airways plans to perform Tbilisi-Beirut-Tbilisi flights.Georgian Airways will perform two initial charter flights on April 13 and April 17, while starting June the airline will perform regular charter flights once a week. Tbilisi-Beirut flights will be performed from June 27 to September 13 Tuesdays, while in the …

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Visa-Free Regime Document to be Signed Today in EU Parliament

The ceremony of signing Visa-free regime document will take place at 17.00 Tbilisi Time. Signed regulation will be published on 9th of March in an official journal and it will become valid in 20 days. Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili will also attend the signing ceremony and he will have a …

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Wine Producer Russian Company Abrau Durso to Launch Project in Georgia

Russian Wine companies took an interest in Georgian wine production and its export. Wine and Champaign Producer Company, Abrau Durso is considering launching its own project in Georgia. The founder of the company, Pavel Titov inspected Georgian vineyards. “We are considering a potential project in Georgia. It might be not …

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Ellinair to Operate Flights from Tbilisi to Crete

According to the United Airports of Georgia, Tbilisi-Thessaloniki Flights will renew and during summer seasons, regular flights will be operated from Tbilisi to Crete. On 15th of May, the company Ellinair will start operating flights from Tbilisi to Thessaloniki. The flights will be operated twice a week, on Monday and …

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Symantec/Veritas to Enter Silicon Valley Tbilisi Space

One of the most famous companies in the information technology, Smantec/Veritas will be represented at the high tech laboratory of the Silicon Valley Tbilisi Business and Technology University, which will be opened in the nearest future. The recent news and programs in the information technology world will be introduced in …

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Shilda Wine to Sell in the Biggest Russian Supermarkets

In February, at Prod-Expo 2017, which is the biggest exhibition of drinks and products of Russian and Eastern European countries, wine producing company, Shilda caught an attention for its original design from public. A lot of wine-lover and distributor took an interest in Georgian company production. Shilda conducted important negotiations …

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First Graffiti Shop and School To Open in Tbilisi

The shop which will unite studio and work shop will be located in a multi-functional space, Fabrika. “It will be a space where local and foreign artists works will be sold. Besides, it will be a workshop where different kind of graffiti production will be created”- noted one of the authors …

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Schengen Visa-Free Travel to Validate At the End of March

“At the end of March, Georgians citizens will be able to use short-term visa-free travel to Schengen countries” – declared Prime Minister, Giorgi Kvirikashvili during the meeting with EU commissioner, Dimitris Avramopoulos. During the meeting which took place at government administration, Georgia visa liberalization issues were discussed and it has been …

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