Pat Patel on Fintech: "Georgia is Ripe for Development"

Financial technologies took center stage at the Tbilisi Silk Road 2023 Forum, with a dedicated panel discussing the current trends and challenges.

Azerbaijan to Channel 25 Billion Cubic Meters of Gas and 24 Million Tons of Fuel through Georgia

Azerbaijan is set to export a staggering 24 million tons of fuel this year, with the entirety of this volume transiting through Georgia, announced Elnur Sultnov, the Minister of Energy of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

Georgia: EU Announces €16 million to Improve road Safety

At the Global Gateway Forum in Brussels, EU Commissioner for Enlargement and Neighbourhood Olivér Várhelyi and European Investment Bank President Werner Hoyer

Georgia's Tbilisi Silk Road Forum: Bridging East and West in Modern Trade and Diplomacy

Georgia's pivotal role as a transit hub and the broader implications of the Middle Corridor will take center stage at the fourth edition of the "Tbilisi Silk Road" forum, scheduled for October 26-27.

Energo-Pro Group Expands Footprint with Acquisition of Hydroelectric Assets in Spain

Czech-based Energo-Pro Group has significantly expanded its portfolio with the acquisition of ten hydroelectric power stations in Spain, boasting a combined capacity of 167 MW, marking a strategic advancement in the Galicia region.

Silk Road Forum Aims to Amplify Involvement in the "Middle Corridor" Initiative

The Silk Road Forum, convening in Georgia for its fourth iteration, seeks to bolster connectivity, with Georgia envisioned as a pivotal hub.

Georgia Joins EMEA Regional Webinar

Georgia is set to participate in a webinar catered to the EMEA (Europe, the Middle East, and Africa) regions.

In September, Exports Rose by 1% and Imports by 10%

Geostat has released a preliminary foreign trade report for September. The report indicates that Georgia exported goods worth $528 million to international markets last month

Revamping Public Procurement: New Reforms Set to Strengthen the State and Business Ecosystem

With backing from the USAID Economic Governance Program, a forthcoming law set to take effect in 2025 will bring transformative changes to public procurement in Georgia.