War in Ukraine - Global Transformation of the Corporate World
The war waged by Russia in Ukraine fundamentally changed the geopolitical vision of the world. Changes have taken place in both political and other value systems. The world has been divided into two parts: supporters of Ukraine and its opponents.
The Government Expects $3 billion Investment in Energy Sector over the Next Three Years
Georgia has had a 10.2% economic growth over nine months, unprecedented in all of Europe, Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili stated at today’s Government meeting.
The Future Women Build Rural - Women Claim Their Right to Success
Five inspirational speakers and role models met with young people and representatives of the public, private and civic sectors to showcase the role of rural women in the economy, entrepreneurship, climate action and governance.
Kutaisi Airport Resumes Flights After two-week Renovation
Kutaisi International Airport has resumed flight operations following the completion of runway rehabilitation.
Global Compact Network Georgia Hosted Business4SDGs -Multi-Sectoral Partnership and Access to Finance to Achieve the Sustainable Development Agenda”
Global Compact Network Georgia held the “Business4SDGs -Multi-Sectoral Partnership and Access to Finance to Achieve the Sustainable Development Agenda” forum.
Human Capital Transformation Program Launched in Georgia
With the support of the World Bank and the French Development Agency, a human capital transformation program was launched in Georgia.
Logistics Center of International Standards to to be Built in Georgia
A logistics center of international standards will be built in Georgia. For this purpose, the licensed representation of the international transport company FedEx in Georgia signed an agreement with the US.
Levan Davitashvili: Over 700 Million USD will be Invested in Energy Sector
Vice Prime Minister, Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development Levan Davitashvili delivered a welcoming speech at the Renewable Energy Investment Conference
Trade Turnover between Georgia and Hungary has Doubled
This year, the trade turnover between Georgia and Hungary has doubled, which confirms the intensified economic relations between the two countries, - said Economy Minister Levan Davitashvili.