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Russia, Turkey Negotiate Contracts Worth $820Mln

Russia, Turkey Negotiate Contracts Worth $820Mln

Russian Deputy Industry and Trade Minister Georgy Kalamanov said Russian and Turkish businesses have made preliminary agreements on contracts that together are worth approximately $820 million within the framework of the 86th Izmir International Fair, Sputnik reported. Russian and Turkish businesses have made preliminary agreements on contracts that together are …

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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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Russia Ranks First in Terms of Money Transfers to Georgia

Russia Ranks First in Terms of Money Transfers to Georgia

The month of June recorded an upturn in money transfers to Georgia. Total money transfers constituted 117.7 million USD (+2% m.m; +27%Y.Y), including 33.5% was remitted from Russian Federation. Ratio of top 5 major donor countries with more than 10 million USD transfers exceeded 70%. Million USD Russia 39.443 USA …

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Russia Is the Biggest Loser in G-20 Stock Markets

Russia Is the Biggest Loser in G-20 Stock Markets

When it comes to stock market performance this year, there’s no uniting the U.S. and Russia. The S&P 500 and the Micex began the year at almost the same level, but equities in the former Soviet nation have tumbled amid losses in crude and evaporating optimism over the lifting of sanctions …

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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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Georgia is Distinguished by Quarterly Trend in the Region

Georgia is distinguished by Quarterly Trend (+ 5%) in the region, but how expectations will be reflected on the IMF forecast on the economy growth will become clear on May 18. The last rate is 3.5%. According to the National Bank’s monetary policy report, the situation in the region has …

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Georgian Ministry talks Purchase of Iranian Gas

Georgian Ministry talks Purchase of Iranian Gas

Delivery of gas from Iran to Georgia is theoretically possible, and there is necessary infrastructure for this, but such contracts were not concluded between state companies, Georgia’s Deputy Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Mariam Valishvili told Trend Apr. 24. “The Iranian side expresses its readiness to supply gas to …

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Georgia On My Mind – Where Beauty Meets Business

Georgia is a beautiful country, blessed with a favourable location at the crossroads between Western Asia and Eastern Europe. Bordering Armenia, Azerbaijan, Russia and Turkey and with access to the sea, Georgia has good transportation links with the entire region and beyond, and it enjoys a free trade agreement with …

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Multiple Charter Flights are Appointed Between Georgia and Russia

Multiple Charter Flights are Appointed Between Georgia and Russia

Multiple charter flights are appointed between Georgia and Russia. Georgian Airways and NordStar will perform flights from summer navigation season. Georgian Airways starts operating on Tbilisi-Makhachkala-Tbilisi direction from April 13. The flights will be performed twice in a week until the end of October, on every Thursday and Sunday. The …

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