Georgian Government to Finance Overseas Oncology Treatment for Children

The Georgian government, led by Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili, held a meeting where they deliberated over five key agenda items, including a crucial project focused on pediatric oncology.

The Impact of Authorized Economic Operator Status on Business Simplification

Within the ambit of the USAID Economic Governance Program, the streamlined "Business Customs Procedures" initiative has been launched.

Potential Extension of Estonian Model of Profit Tax to Entrepreneurs Under Consideration

The Ministry of Finance Considers Applying Estonian Model of Profit Tax to Entrepreneurs

Innovative Technologies Empower Disabled Individuals in Georgia's Job Market

The program aims to increase their independence and promote their integration into the workforce.

Organic Georgia Holds Key Meeting, Discourses on the Future of Organic Farming and Market Access

With the backing of USAID Georgia, the association "Organic Georgia" hosted an evaluative meeting of the Human and Institutional Capacity Development (HICD) program

A 14% Uptick in Insured Agricultural Land Reflects Growth in Agroinsurance

The extent of insured agricultural land in Georgia saw a significant increase of 14% in June, compared to the same period the previous year.

State to Procure Next-Gen Medicines Directly from Manufacturers to Improve Public Access

In an effort to streamline the procurement process and expand public access to innovative pharmaceuticals, the Georgian government has proposed that the state purchase next-generation medicines directly from manufacturers.

In Response to Public Interest, National Environment Agency Intensifies Black Sea Water Quality Monitoring

Amidst mounting public concern, Georgia's National Environment Agency, under the aegis of the Ministry of Environment Protection and Agriculture,

Kazakhstan Targets 10 Million Ton Cargo Turnover on TITR, Hones Focus on Synchronous Cooperation with Georgia

Kazakhstan's Prime Minister, Alikhan Smailov, has revealed an ambitious plan to boost the cargo turnover on the Trans-Caspian International Transport Route (TITR) to 10 million tons