Economy

Why Georgian Companies Lose Road Infrastructure Deals

The tendency over the past few years prove that Georgian road construction companies have been losing road infrastructure deals

International Donor Organizations Should Involve Georgian Companies in Major Infrastructure Projects

The Caucasus Business Week (CBW) has inquired why Georgian companies fail to win infrastructural projects and whether they genuinely have low qualifications.

Korea, Georgia Sign Pact on Economic Cooperation

South Korea and Georgia signed an accord on promoting bilateral economic partnerships in the run-up to talks on an investment agreement.

Georgia’s Energy Sector Watch – Summary of Changes

Electricity is a capital-intensive sector with reasonable profits. Georgia’s investorfriendly regulations, upgraded transmission networks and export opportunities have attracted substantial investment in recent years.

Geostat: FDI Inflows Shrank by 35% in 2018

According to preliminary information, the inflow of foreign direct investments (FDI) in 2018 made up 1 232.4 million USD, down 34.9% year on year.

Sir Suma Chakrabarti: Georgia Remains to be One of the Role Models for EBRD

Georgia remains to be one of the role models for the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development” stated Sir Suma Chakrabarti.

TAV Georgia Participated in International Tourism Exchange Fair in Berlin

The operator company of Tbilisi and Batumi International Airports TAV Georgia for its eight time participates in ITB Berlin.

Where and How Many – Taxes in Georgia, CIS Space and Worldwide

One of the liberal and attractive systems – this is how international organizations and experts characterize Georgia’s taxation system.

Prime Minister: Roadmap will Help Resolve Current Economic Challenges

Georgia is a leading country in Eastern Partnership, Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze noted at the news conference, which was held after the EU-Georgia Association Board meeting.