Georgia's Economy Grew by 6% in March

Preliminary data show that in March 2019 Georgia’s economy grew 6% to be a very good signal for investors, as well as the IMF mission’s visit scheduled for on May 1, Ekaterina Mikabadze, Georgia’s Deputy Economy Minister, says.

GT Group to Convey 220 New Buses to Tbilisi

GT Group will convey 220 new buses to the capital city. This company has won the tender announced by Tbilisi Transport Company. 

Georgia's Potential to Become Middle Corridor - Georgian Railway Signs Agreement

General Director of JSC "Georgian Railway" Davit Peradze together with the Georgian government delegation visited Beijing, the People's Republic of China. Where "one belt, one road" was held at the high-level 2nd International Forum.

FlyArystan to Launch Flights to Georgia

Minister of Economy of Georgia Natia Turnava has met with Vice Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Jenis Kassimbek. 

BRI has Strengthened Georgia's Unique Geographical Position as a Transportation Hub

The Belt and Road Initiative provides new opportunities for better connectivity and economic development for various countries, Maya Tskitishvili said in an interview with Xinhua.

Economy Minister: Kazakh Government to Subsidize Grain Transportation to Georgia

Kazakhstan will considerably increase grain imports to Georgia, Minister of Economy of Georgia Natia Turnava noted after her meeting with Deputy Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Jenis Kassimbek. 

Giorgi Chikovani: Construction of Small HPPs is the Safest Way

Construction of power and electricity generation facilities is a fundamental part of our power strategy. Without construction of solar, wind and hydro power plants.

Economy Minister: Power Sector is One of the Priority Segments in Georgia-Kazakhstan Cooperation

Power sector is one of the priority segments in Georgia-Kazakhstan cooperation

Cost of Living does not Signify that This Sum Suffice for Sustenance

The cost of living does not signify that this sum suffice for sustenance, Gogita Todradze, executive director of Geostat, the national statistics service of Georgia, told BM.Ge.