Economy

Polish Investors Interested in Georgia’s Energy Sector

Polish businessmen are interested in making investments in Georgia, particularly, in Georgia’s energy sector. Polish Ambassador in Georgia Mariush Mashkevich told Forbes Georgia.

Artificial Lake to Cover Slopes with Snow on Ski Resorts Arranged

According to the United Water Supply Company, the arrangement of new water and sewage infrastructure in the resort areas is actively underway.

August-November Incomes from Persimmon Exports Mark $4.8 million

In August-November 2020, Georgia exported 9,088 tons of persimmons to foreign markets, the Agriculture Ministry reports.

Kulevi Oil Refinery to Cheapen Fuel by 15%-20% in Georgia

Pazis Oil Company is implementing Kulevi high-technology oil refinery project worth over $1 billion.

Georgia’s Apple Exports from August 1 to November 29 Amount to $2.4 million

Georgia exported 5,562 tons of apples to foreign markets from August 1 to November 29, 2020, up 143 times as compared to the same period of 2019.

Top Five Georgian Insurance Companies due to Paid Claims

In January-September 2020, eighteen (18) insurance companies paid claims of GEL 433.2 million.

Geo Sky Starts Operating Cargo Flights from China to Europe

Geo Sky will launch regular cargo flights in the winter of 2020-2021, from December 1st to March 27th, from China to Europe. 

AirBaltic Cancels Riga-Tbilisi Flights Until December 31

The Latvian air company, AirBaltic canceled Riga-Tbilisi-Riga flights till the end of December. 

Tbilisi City Hall may Bring Subway Drivers from Belarus

According to Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze, despite the fact that up to 25 drivers of the metro have been tested positive for Covid-19, the work of the metro will not be hindered.