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Italians Produce Pizza in Armenia to Export it to Russia and Georgia

Italians Produce Pizza in Armenia to Export it to Russia and Georgia

Italian entrepreneurs are producing pizza in Armenia to export it to Russia and Georgia, director of Poitaly company Philippo Dutsoni told Armenian News-NEWS.am. The company operating in Abovyan, a town in the outskirts of Yerevan, has created an industrial zone where they help Italian companies to run their business. One …

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Russia Plans to Ban Imports of Wine Materials

The Russian Federation may ban imports of wine materials, the Russian Federation Agriculture Minister Aleksandrer Tkachov said. “We are developing a project that  will  grow the price, on the one hand, and make message to investors that the Russian Federation will completely close its market for imports of wine materials …

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Number of Visitors is Increased by 19.9% Through 6 Months

Number of Visitors is Increased by 19.9% Through 6 Months

2 636 313 visitors were visiting Georgia through 6 months, the growth made up 12,9% compared to the previous year. Number of tourism visits is increased by 18,1%, which has constituted 1 011 680. International visits by the pace (January-June, 2016) Visit Type 2015: 6 months 2016: 6 months Change Change …

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Kazakhstan Called for the Shipping Companies to Use Georgian Corridor

Kazakhstan Called for the Shipping Companies to Use Georgian Corridor

Kazakhstan called for the shipping companies to use new Silk Road (via Georgia and Azerbaijan) while transporting cargo from Ukraine. “From July 1, Kazakh Investment and Development Ministry gives recommendation on cargo transport by the following rout: Georgia, Azerbaijan, Caspian Sea, Aktau, as well as Turkey, Iran, Turkmenistan and Uzbekista”, …

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Carlsberg Sales Fall Flat as Brewer Cautions on Russia, Asia

Carlsberg A/S, the maker of Tuborg beer, reported first-quarter sales that disappointed investors as it offered a gloomier outlook for eastern Europe and Asia. Beer volumes fell 2 percent, missing analysts’ estimates, as declines in Asia and western Europe offset a temporary rebound in its troubled Russian unit, the world’s fourth-largest …

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Turkish Cargo Might be Transported via Georgian Corridor

Turkish Cargo Might be Transported via Georgian Corridor

Turkish companies have to rearrange transport routes at the background of tension relations with Russia. A number of private Turkish companies show interest in cargo transportation via Georgia-Azerbaijan route. “The issue is under the discussion, but we should not forget national companies. If Turkish companies’ offers will coincide to interests of …

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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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