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Businesses Offer Discounts to Customers on Election Day

On July 12, on the day of the runoff election, businesses offer their customers discounts if they have an election participation mark. The corresponding ads are already running on television. The ads say businesses are uniting around a common purpose and urge voters to go to polls, pass the marking …

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Flour Milling Plant Outraged by a Delay in the Launch of Competition Agency

As reported, the head of the newly created Competition Agency George Barabadze told “Commersant” that he didn’t see  features of existence of monopolies in Georgia. In response, President  of the Grain Growers Association of Georgia  Levan Silagava told “Commersant”  that the words of the head of the service were immoral, but expressed hope that the …

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What Privileges does a Chinese Hualing Enjoy in Georgia?

The Chinese Corporation Hualing responds to accusations of Georgian Association of Developers over the fact that the company had granted unjustified benefits. According to President of the Association of Developers of Georgia Irakli Rostomashvili, we are talking about repeated cases of almost gratuitous transfer of  land to some development companies, in particular the Chinese Hualing. “It creates great difficulties for the majority of companies …

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David Narmania not Rules out Shutdown of “Panorama Tbilisi” Project

“Georgian Dream” mayoral candidate David Narmaniadoes  not exclude the possibility that the “PanoramaTbilisi” project will  not be carried out. Narmania saidin a live televised   debate with “National Movement” mayoral candidate Nika  Melia. According to David Narmania, the issue should be widely discussed by the public. “Panorama Tbilisi” issue must be discussed by the general public. Environmentalists, architects, and other relevant experts should participate indiscussions. If there is not  a positive conclusion, I don’t exclude  that this project will not be implemented, “- said Narmania. A …

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