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Mardi Holding Introduced Energy Efficient Projects to Foreign Experts

Mardi Holding Introduced Energy Efficient Projects to Foreign Experts

The seminar was held on “Management of multifamily housing with Energy efficient suction”, where Mardi Holding representative introduced the construction of energy-efficient projects. Company representative spoke of the construction of residential buildings adapted to modern requirements and constructed with geothermal heating / air-conditioning systems. “Mardi Holding launches energy efficient houses, …

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Georgians Will Learn to Create Drones with the EU’s Assitnace

Georgians Will Learn to Create Drones with the EU’s Assitnace

Drone project began in Georgia, Armenia, Moldova and Belarus. Accoridng to the portal Digital Report, the project is carried out within the Eastern Partnership of the EU. European specalists will teach thier colleagues new technologies and creation of unmanned aerial vehicles. The project is for 3 years, a total of …

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EU-Eastern Partnership Single Economic Zone on Horizon?

EU-Eastern Partnership Single Economic Zone on Horizon?

Foreign ministers of member states of the EU and the Eastern Partnership program are expected to discuss the prospects of creating a single economic space during an informal meeting September 3, 2016 in Bratislava, Slovakia, the Foreign Ministry of Ukraine told Trend. Earlier, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin said that …

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Georgian Ex-Finance Minister to Head EBRD Office in Moldova

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Dimitri Gvindadze has been appointed Head of EBRD operations in Moldova and will take up his role in Chisinau on 2 May 2016. He will replace Julia Otto who has been heading the Bank’s office there since 2011. In his new position, Mr Gvindadze will lead the EBRD’s work in Moldova, focusing …

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EU Parliament wants deeper economic co-op with Azerbaijan

EU Parliament wants deeper economic co-op with Azerbaijan

The relations between the EU and Azerbaijan must be absolutely better and more concrete, especially in economic sphere, European Parliament Vice-President Ryszard Czarnecki told Trend Feb. 15. “We should improve relations between the EU and Azerbaijan and the EU member countries and Azerbaijan,” he said. “Role of Azerbaijan in Europe’s …

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Making The Most of The DCFTA For Georgia, Ukraine And Moldova

Making The Most of The DCFTA For Georgia, Ukraine And Moldova

Interview with Nino Samvelidze, Manager of the Project, EU Programs Manager at PMCG. International development consulting company PMCG recently organized a knowledge sharing conference in Chisinau, Moldova Making the Most of the DCFTA. The event was supported by International Visegrad Fund and aimed to assist Moldavan and Georgian businesses, entrepreneurs …

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Eurasianet – Georgia and Moldova: A Tale of Two Winemakers

A freelancer reporter Giorgi Lomsadze from Tbilisi with the collaboration of Moldovan journalist Victoria Puiu are presenting two great wine producing countries, Georgia and Moldova. Article was originally published on eurasianet.org. Read the whole article below: They don’t face quotas and they don’t face tariffs. But for the ancient winemaking countries …

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The Echoes of Moldovan Protests in International Media

The anti-governmental protest, which took place on Sunday September 6th in Chisinau, had a great echo in international media. Even the Russian press, always unfriendly to all what happens in Moldova, stressed that the protests are organised upon people’s desire. Nevertheless, the portal Russkaya Vesna, one of the most extremist …

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Moldovan Banks are also Involved in the Currency Scandal

Moldovan Banks are also Involved in the Currency Scandal

Not only in Georgia but in Moldova doubts emerged that the big banks played a role in the national currency devaluation. If in Georgia this suspicion was expressed by Deputy Prime Minister, in Moldova the Prime Minister openly spoke out allegations against the banks. Georgia is not the only country …

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