Economy

G&T: Georgia has Potential to Replace Imports of About $ 850 Million

Georgia has the potential to replace imports of about $ 850 million by promoting agriculture and construction, as well as diversifying exports.

E-commerce Shrinks by 17% in May

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the value of goods and services sold in the E-commerce platform has declined, instead of expected growth.

Road Department Wins Lawsuit against Sinohydro Corporation Limited

The Road Department of Georgia has won a legal dispute against its contractor company Sinohydro Corporation Limited regarding the agreement on Kobuleti Bypass Road Construction, signed on November 26, 2012.

20 Million Tender Announced for the Rehabilitation of Vake Park

Tbilisi City Hall plans to rehabilitate Vake Park. A tender has already been announced for this purpose.

COVID-19 Triggers Healthcare Reforms in Georgia

As the COVID-19 pandemic reveals the urgent need to reform healthcare provision around the world

City Hall Plans to Purchase 29.8 Million GEL Blue Minibuses

City Hall plans to purchase 29.8 million GEL blue minibuses. A tender has already been announced for this purpose.

New Station of Rompetrol Opened in Ortachala – KMG International Group Continues Extension of the Network within the Black Sea Region

Rompetrol opened a new gas station in Ortachala, on the nearby territory of Tbilisi Central Car Park.

Modern Solutions for the Pandemic Challenges in Agrifood Business

United Fresh gathered thousands of fresh food buyers, exporters, and producers from all over the world in an innovative virtual trade fair.

“Beyond the Crisis: Clean Energy for Green Recovery and Growth” – EU and MoESD Launch EU Sustainable Energy Week Campaign

The EU in cooperation with the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia is launching an EU Sustainable Energy Week Campaign under the slogan “Beyond the crisis: clean energy for green recovery and growth”.