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Russia Starts a Trade War with Turkey – What should Georgia Expect?

Russia Starts a Trade War with Turkey - What should Georgia Expect?

In response to the attack on Su-24 by  a fighter aircraft of the Turkish Air Force, Russia restricts imports of goods from Turkey. Suppliers of Turkish products have already faced problems at customs posts and clearance, as importers say, is actually stopped. The restrictions on the import of food from …

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What is the Cost of the Conflict between Russia and Turkey?

What is the Cost of the Conflict between Russia and Turkey?

Loss of Russian bombers on the Syrian-Turkish border poses a threat to the extensive trade and economic relations between Russia and Turkey. RBC wanted to understand what is at stake. Destruction of a Russian bomber by the Turkish Air Force on Tuesday that Putin called “stab in the back of …

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Iran Claims Stakes of Turkish Airline

Turkish media reported on Thursday that Iran’s Oil Ministry has taken a legal action against a private airline company in Istanbul which is believed to belong to an Iranian billionaire who stands at the heart of a major graft case in Tehran. The Hurriyet newspaper said Iran’s Oil Ministry has …

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Azerbaijan, Turkey to speed up TANAP implementation

Azerbaijan and Turkey will speed up the implementation of the Trans-Anatolian gas pipeline (TANAP) project construction, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said, TRT Haber TV channel reported Oct. 2. He also stressed the importance of TANAP project and the need for its implementation. Earlier, Erdogan said that Azerbaijan is ahead …

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Turkey – Largest Importer of Cucumbers to Georgia

Cucumbers are on the second place among vegetable crops produced in Georgia. The vegetable was included in the list of 21 priority products with high export potential presented by the Minister of Agriculture Otar Danelia in the framework of the Ambassadorial held in Georgia. Kakheti, Kvemo Kartli and Imereti are the main …

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Governmental Efficiency Quality Highest in 2014, World Bank Research Says

The World Bank has published results of the long-term governance research, in which more than 200 countries are assessed according to six indicators, – Justice Ministry has informed InterPressNews. According to the research, Georgia’s indicators are all increasing. The highest indicators are fixed in the six categories in 2014. As per …

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Number of Tourists in Turkey Drastically Dropped in 2015

The number of tourists coming to Turkey has dropped in 2015, said Culture and Tourism Minister Yalcin Topcu on Thursday to AA Oficial news agency of Turkey. “There was a 3.8 percent decrease in foreign visitors during the first seven months of this year, compared with the same period of the previous year,” the minister told Anadolu …

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Turkey’s Tourism Income May Drop 12 Percent

Turkey’s tourism income may decrease by 12 percent this year from last year unless the required measures are taken, according to Detur CEO Firuz Bağlıkaya, who will run for the presidency of the country’s leading tourism association, the Association of Turkish Travel Agencies (TÜRSAB), in December. To overcome losses and …

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Turkey is Guarantor of Azerbaijan’s Border Security – PM

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As long as Turkey is next to Azerbaijan, the country will not have any border issues, the PM of Turkey Ahmet Davutoglu told the local news agency Anadolu.  The PM stressed that Turkey has always been close with Azerbaijan and will always support the brotherly republic.  The conflict that divided …

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Volume of Exports From Georgia to Turkey Decreases by 14%

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The volume of export from Georgia to Turkey decreased by 14 percent (by $20.2 million) and amounted to more than $ 125 million – 5.7 percent of Georgia’s total exports in January-July 2015 compared to January-July 2014, the Georgian National Statistics Service said. In particular, semi-finished ironed items or non-alloy steel …

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