€1.3 Million Investment Secured for Green Hydrogen Development in Georgia

In a significant move towards fostering green energy consumption, a €1.3 million investment was secured during the German-Georgian government negotiations week.

New Ferry Service Connecting Georgia and Romania Set to Begin on June 27th

Starting June 27, a new ferry service connecting Romania and Georgia is set to commence operations, establishing a swift and straightforward link between the two countries.

Low Digital Integration Hinders E-commerce Development in Georgia

Only 9% of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Have Websites with Sophisticated Functionality.

Georgia's Infrastructure Development: The Bakurtsikhe-Tsnori Bypass Road Set for Launch in 2024

The new Bakurtsikhe-Tsnori bypass road, currently under construction, is slated for completion and commissioning in 2024, revealed Irakli Karseladze, the Minister of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Geor

2022 Saw Georgia Exporting 7 Tons of Catalytic Converters

Deputy Minister of Environment Protection and Agriculture, Nino Thandilashvili, during her engagement with "Business Partner", disclosed that Georgia had exported a remarkable 7 tons of catalytic converters last year.

₾246 Million Project Unveiled: Transforming the Stepantsminda-Lars Route"

In a significant move aimed at modernizing infrastructure, the Department of Highways has unveiled a comprehensive plan to upgrade the 4.5-kilometer road stretching from Stefantsminda to Lars.

SAIT Revolutionizes Georgian Travel with Its Comprehensive Digital Platform

In an unprecedented move in Georgia's transportation sector, SAIT, a recently launched transport and travel app, now provides users the opportunity to purchase travel tickets on their preferred terms.

Hazelnut Production Incentive Program: Farmers Acquire ₾14.8 Million in Nut Orchard Care Products

As part of the ongoing hazelnut production promotional program, Georgian farmers have purchased nut orchard care products worth an impressive 14.8 million GEL.

Addressing Gaps: Insights into Georgia's Insolvency Law Two Years Post-Implementation

Two years following the enactment of Georgia's Insolvency Law, conceptual inadequacies within the legislation have surfaced