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Giorgi Samanishvili: Georgian Wine Exports Grow in All Directions

Giorgi Samanishvili: Georgian Wine Exports Grow in All Directions

The national wine agency has published the statistics proving the wine exports has increased in the January to April period. In his interview with the Business Morning Giorgi Samanishvili, the head of National Wine Agency of Georgia, overviews exports and domestic markets. –Mr. Giorgi, what steps has the national wine …

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Russia Can Resume Agricultural Import from Turkey

Russia Can Resume Agricultural Import from Turkey

Russia can resume the import of agricultural products from Turkey, the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock of Turkey told Trend Apr.28. However, the ministry didn’t specify the time of resuming the import of Turkish agricultural products to Russia. Ankara and Moscow discussed this issue Apr.27 during the visit of a …

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North-South Project has Good Prospects, Says Expert

North-South Project has Good Prospects, Says Expert

The North-South transportation corridor project has good prospects to be realized, a Russian expert told Trend Apr. 7. “The North-South project has been developed for quite a long time and its implementation could significantly reduce the time of delivery of goods,” said Leonid Gusev, a senior research fellow at the …

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Two Reasons for Moscow to Resume South Stream Project

Two Reasons for Moscow to Resume South Stream Project

Despite the fact that the European Union is ready to resume talks with Russia over the South Stream gas pipeline, the project should fully comply with the rules of the Third Energy Package, independent European Researcher Andreas Marazis believes. Meanwhile Russia’s unwillingness to meet its requirements was the reason why …

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Iran-Russia Gas Swap Awaits Moscow’s Decision

Iran-Russia Gas Swap Awaits Moscow’s Decision

Iran, Russia gas swap remains as an idea at the moment, however Tehran is prepared for that, Hamid Reza Araqi, Iran’s deputy oil minister said. Iran and Russia’s Gazprom have held various talks on the issue in recent months, but no agreement has been reached so far, Araqi said, Fars …

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Russia Considered as The Key Export Market of Mineral Waters

Russia Considered as The Key Export Market of Mineral Waters

Russia is considered as the key export market of mineral waters. According to official data,  mineral waters of 12,028 million USD were sold at the foreign market through January – February of this year, Decline is 19,5% y-o-y. Mineral waters are ranked as the 6th with 4,3%-share in the total …

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Georgia Reaps the benefits of $20 million USD

Georgia Reaps the benefits of $20 million USD

According to the data provided by National Wine Agency, in the first two month of 2016 Georgia exported 4,531,556 bottles of wine to 21 countries, which generated $10.75 million USD income for Georgia. Wine exports and brandy to markets all over the world increased the total revenues significantly in Georgia …

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Tashir Pizza Russian Network of Pizzeria to Enter Georgia

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Tashir Pizza, the Russian brand of pizzerias, plans to launch operation in Georgia. The network will open its first facility at the East Point complex on March 5. The company plans to unveil 30 pizzerias in Georgia in the future, including 15 ones in Tbilisi and 15 ones in other …

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Iran, Russia sign landmark customs agreement

Iran and Russia signed an agreement for establishing a ‘green customs corridor’, the most important customs deal between the two countries. The agreement was signed as Deputy Head of the Federal Customs of the Russian Federation Vladimir Malinin met with Head of Iran’s Customs Organization Masoud Karbasian here in Tehran. …

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Azerbaijan’s Position Allows to Expand North-South Route

Azerbaijan's Position Allows to Expand North-South Route

Azerbaijan’s geographic location will allow expanding the North-South international transport route to the West. This was stated by Economy and Industry Minister Shahin Mustafayev last week. Speaking to local media, the minister said that the North-South transport route will make it possible to realize cargo transportation to Pakistan, India, Central …

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Georgia’s Sovereign Bonds Rise in Price

The price of Georgia’s sovereign bonds has increased to 105.2 USD (w.w). Last week (15-20 February), the yield on Georgia’s sovereign bonds marked 5.7% (L/w – 5.8%). The yield on GEORG bonds rose by 0.6% (L/w –USD 104.6). Different trends are demonstrated by bonds of the neighboring countries. Namely, Azerbaijan’s …

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