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Georgia Advances to the 6th Position in Doing Business Rating

Georgia has progressed to the 6th position in the World Bank (WB) rating of Doing Business, according to the new report by the World Bank Group. Georgia has essentially improved its indicators among 190 countries and moved to the 6th position from 9th place of 2017, while the country ranked …

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Free University is Among World Bank’s Annual Report

The World Bank Annual Report – The Changing Nature of Work begins with the Free University. Free University is Georgia’s only high educational institution that is included in the report and referred to as a globally successful organization. Quote from the report: The World Bank is an international financial organization …

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Georgia Named among 12 Best Countries for Starting Business

The Reboot Digital Agency has named 12 best countries for starting a business, including Georgia ranks fourth. The agency has used the World Bank’s Doing Business indicators, as well as indicators reflecting the minimum capital for starting business and the time for registering a new business. Georgia’s rating point is …

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World Banks Issues First Blockchain Bond Raising a $100 Million

The World Bank launched bond-i (blockchain operated new debt instrument), the world’s first bond to be created, allocated, transferred and managed through its life cycle using distributed ledger technology. The two-year bond raised A$110 million, marking the first time that investors have supported the World Bank’s development activities in a …

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World Bank to Assist Government of Georgia in Education Sector Reformation

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Georgian Minister of Education Mikheil Batiashvili and Deputy Education Minister Irina Abuladze have discussed key directions of reforms in the education sector at the meeting with World Bank regional director Mercy Tembson. The Education Minister stressed the WB contribution to the development of Georgia and expressed hopes that the World …

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