Law on Entrepreneurs: A Good Foundation for Business, but Challenges Remain
Nika Nanuashvili, legal director of the Georgian Business Association, recently spoke about the challenges and findings of the implementation of the Law on Entrepreneurs in the "Business Partner" program.
Georgia's Growing Economy Brings Per Capita GDP Closer to EU Index
The International Monetary Fund has updated its global economic forecasts, predicting that Georgia's economy will grow by 4% in 2023 and 5% in 2024.
Gogi Meshveliani Appointed as First Deputy Chairman of Finance and Budget Committee
During today's meeting of the Finance and Budget Committee, the chairman, Paata Kvizhinadze, announced the appointment of Gogi Meshveliani as the committee's first deputy chairman.
IMF predicts 4% Economic Growth for Georgia in 2023
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has forecasted that Georgia's economy will grow by 4% this year and 5% by 2024, according to its latest world economic outlook report.
Georgia Launches New Program to Promote Commercialization of Films
Georgia has launched a new program to promote the commercialization of Georgian films and increase their visibility at international film festivals.
Parliamentary Committee Approves Individual Financing for Cancer Patients in Georgia
The Georgian Parliamentary Committee on Health has approved the request made by cancer patients for individualized financing, according to a recent announcement by the committee's chairman, Zaza Lominadze.
The Increasing Trend of Social Program Expenditures in Georgia
Over the last five years, the government of Georgia has been steadily increasing its expenditures on social programs, reflecting its commitment to improving the living standards of its citizens.
Georgian Post and Armenia's HayPost Sign Memorandum of Cooperation for Postal Services
In April of this year, a delegation from Armenia's national post office, HayPost CJSC, visited "Georgian Post" to discuss cooperation in the field of postal services.
Heroes' Square traffic flow to be improved
Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze announced plans to regulate traffic flows and increase safety at Heroes' Square, one of the city's problematic traffic junctions.