Economy

Informative Articles on Utility Services were Published as Part of Ongoing Visegrad Project at Energy Training Center under GNERC

With the support of the International Visegrad Foundation (IVF), information articles on the regulatory landscape of public utilities were published within the framework of the current project at the Energy Training Center

The Union of Airports and ADB to Finance Development of Vaziani Airport Master Plan with $736,000 Budget

The preparation of the Vaziani airport master plan will be financed by the Union of Georgian Airports and the Asian Development Bank (ADB), with a budget of $736,000.

Prime Minister Announces Start of Anaklia Port Marine Infrastructure Construction by Summer

The Prime Minister has announced that the construction of the marine infrastructure for the port of Anaklia will commence by the summer.

A ₾36.4 Million Road Bridge Connecting Bagebi and University Streets Opens

The newly constructed road bridge connecting Bagebi settlement and University Street is now open to vehicle traffic.

Geostat: 70% of Enterprises in Georgia Do Not Use Social Media

The National Statistics Service has released the main findings of a study on the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) in enterprises. As of January 1, 2024, 94.4% of enterprises had access to the Internet.

Davit Narmania Honored Winner Students from the Energy Training Center Project

Within the framework of the project of the Energy Training Center existing with the Georgian National Energy and Water Supply Regulatory Commission (GNERC) - "The Path of Electricity from Production to Its Consumption",

Antony Blinken Expresses Concern Over Georgia's 'Foreign Agents' Law

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has voiced serious concerns regarding the recently passed 'foreign agents' law in Georgia.

US to Offer Visa Liberalization and Military/Trade Package if Georgia Alters Course

If Georgia shifts its anti-democratic trajectory, it could receive a substantial military and trade package from the United States.

President Zurabishvili Vetoes " Law on Transparency of Foreign Influence" with a Unique Condition

The President of Georgia, Salome Zurabishvili, has vetoed the so-called law "on transparency of foreign influence" with a specific condition: the law should only be in effect for one day after its implementation, after which it will lose its force.