Economy

Rehabilitation of Melikishvili Avenue in Tbilisi Begins on June 15

"We are beginning the reconstruction of Melikishvili Street, which is in bad condition. We've made our decision, we've already agreed on the project, and we've hired a contractor.''

Lufthansa Group Member Airlines are Looking into Entering the Georgian market

Tamar Archuadze, Director of the Georgian Airports Union, met with Lufthansa Group Sales Manager in Central and Eastern Europe Peter Pulem and Regional Manager Karsten Zang.

British Association Writes about the Export Prospects of Georgian Blueberries

The Embassy of Georgia in the United Kingdom, the agency "Produce in Georgia" and FPC, the largest British company, Fresh Produce Consortium, organized an online webinar.

Georgian Products Presented at the International Exhibition CASPIAN AGRO 2022 in Baku

Georgian companies presented their products to the visitors at the international exhibition CASPIAN AGRO 2022 in Baku, Azerbaijan, with the support of the Ministry of Environment Protection and Agriculture.

Maersk Launches Mid-Corridor Rail Service - Trains to Run from China to Europe via Georgia

In response to the needs of its customers in the field of transport, Maersk has offered its customers a new rail-maritime service that connects Asia and Europe via Central Asia.

GeoSilkRoad Plans to Build a Medium HPP in Racha with Kuwaiti Investment

International Holding GeoSilkRoad, in partnership with Turkish and Azerbaijani companies, plans to implement a medium-sized hydropower project in Racha.

Borja Gonzalez: Azud wants to be Part of Developing Agriculture Sector in Georgia

Interview with Mr. Borja Gonzalez, AZUD Regional Sales Manager and Agricultural Engineer.

Produce in Georgia Won World Award for Export Support

"Produce in Georgia" was named the best agency in terms of export promotion and support and was awarded the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the United Nations Joint Agency - International Trade Center (ITC).

Galt & Taggart: Rental Prices in Tbilisi Increased by 71.6% in April

According to the Galt & Taggart Tourism Overview, tourism revenue in April was $ 188.6 million, growing 3.8 times from the previous year and 70.6 percent more than in 2019.