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PMCG Shares Data of Average Prices of Hotel Rooms in Georgia

According to the data of April 2018, the average price of 3 star hotels in Georgia amounted to 136 GEL, according to the consulting company PMCG. The highest daily rate in these types of hotels is Mtskheta-Mtianeti region, average of 20% higher. According to PMCG, the average price of 4-star …

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Hotel Prices Increased by 3.4% in April

According to PMCG In Georgia, the average cost of a room in a 3-star hotel was GEL 136 per night in April 2018. The most expensive 3-star hotels in April in Georgia were in Mtskheta-Mtianeti region (exceeding the average price by 20%). The average cost of a room in a …

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Tbilisi Hosts Georgian-German Startup Forum

On September 4, Georgian-German Startup Forum will be held at Technopark, organized by PMC Research in collaboration with Georgia’s Innovation and Technology Agency (GITA). The event aims to facilitate the sharing of knowledge and experience regarding entrepreneurship and is part of the Germany-Georgia Friendship Year, supported by the German Embassy …

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Zaza Broladze Moves to PMCG’s Governing Board

Zaza Broladze Moves to PMCG’s Governing Board

After making the decision in February this year, Zaza Broladze will complete his move from Deputy CEO to the Governing Board of PMCG this month.  As a Non-Executive Director, Zaza will have more opportunity to encourage and support PMCG’s strategic development and innovation, the exploration of new business ideas, facilitate …

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PMCG: Making Budgeting More Transparent and Accountable in Akhaltsikhe

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PMCG is collaborating with Akhaltsikhe City Municipality to enhance the transparency and accountability of its budgeting process, as part of a consortium led by Tetra Tech ARD under the USAID Good Governance Initiative Program. In order to reach its goals, the project team will assist the Municipality to define mid-term …

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Introducing Quality Management Systems in Municipalities of Georgia

PMCG is continuing to actively work with the cities of Kutaisi, Batumi and Akhaltsikhe. More specifically, PMCG is supporting Batumi and Akhaltsikhe municipalities to establish and implement Quality Management Systems (QMS) based on ISO 9001:2015 standard requirements, while also helping Kutaisi to improve its current systems and standards. In April …

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PMCG Developing Organizational Strategy for Electricity Systems Commercial Operator

As the Georgian energy sector undergoes profound changes, the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia is working to introduce the redesigned model of the Electricity Trading Mechanism (ETM) to the Georgian electrical system. This will require all key players in Georgia’s electricity sector, including Electricity Systems Commercial Operator …

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Expert: Business’ Reaction on Excise tax Increase is Legal and Logical

Expert: Business’ Reaction on Excise tax Increase is Legal and Logical

Maia Grigolia, director of research centre PMCG, diverge the so-called currency crisis version formed by the speculative action groups. Shocked business’ reaction on excise tax increase, announced by the government, is legal and logical, as they want to store resources in anticipation of the price rising and it should not …

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Armenia-Georgia Trade Relations: Getting close or Distant?

PMC Research together with the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation (KAS), hosted a presentation and public discussion of the research findings “Armenia-Georgia Trade Relations: Getting close or distant?”. Armenia’s decision to join the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) exempted traders from union member countries from paying value added tax (VAT) and excise tax, thus putting …

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Working with Central Asian Countries Toward Economic Progress

PMCG has launched a USAID-funded project – Competitive Trade and Jobs (CTJ) Activity in Central Asia – in association with DAI International, aiming to increase the competitiveness of the economies of the Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan. The collaborative project is focused on facilitating trade by improving border management …

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There is An Astonishing 37% Pay Gap Between Men and Women in Georgia

Average monthly remuneration for male is 37% more than the same indicator for female, according to PMCG international development consulting company. In the first half of 2016, compared to the corresponding period of 2015:  Average monthly remuneration of employees increased by 5.4%. The highest growth in average monthly remuneration of employees …

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