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Startup Ecosystem in the Netherlands and Georgia – Share Your Experience

Impact Hub Tbilisi, in collaboration with the Embassy of the Netherlands in Georgia has the pleasure to invite you to a joint event under the title “Startup ecosystem in Georgia and the Netherlands – share your experience”. The main goal of the event is to establish synergy and interaction between different groups, …

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Azerbaijan and Netherlands Seeking to Link Each Other’s ports

Azerbaijan and the Netherlands are cooperating on development of the Baku Sea Trade Port and its connection with the Dutch ports, Ambassador of the Netherlands to Azerbaijan Onno Kervers told Trend. “Representatives of specific hubs in the Netherlands study the ways to share expertise and would like to study the …

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EU-supported Cooperatives Took Part in a Study Tour in the Netherlands

ENPARD implementing partner organisation, CARE International in the Caucasus organised a study tour in the Netherlands for its 7 supported cooperatives: Zaneli, Natanebi, Shamatia, Agroland Abasha, Green Leaf, Khorgis Satburebi and Dk-Kolga. The tour took place between 18th and 22nd September 2017, under the project “Cooperation for Rural Prosperity in …

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New System of Profits Tax to Come into Force in 2017

New System of Profits Tax to Come into Force in 2017

Deputy Finance Minister Lasha Khutsishvili has taken part in the round table of the UN top political forum: “Reform of Internal Resources Mobilization in Partner Countries and Role of Addis Abeba Tax Initiative”, where he updated the meeting participants about the Georgian experience in cooperation as part of the initiative. …

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Only Electric Cars Should be Sold in Netherlands From 2025

The Dutch parliament has taken the first step in banning petrol and diesel cars from sale in the Netherlands from 2025. On Tuesday the lower house supported a motion from the Labour PvdA party to do all it can to ensure all new cars are sustainable from 2025, reports NOS. …

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