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Daily Archives: November 13, 2014

Gov’t Continues to Subsidize Citrus Growers

The Georgian government is forced to continue subsidizing citrus growers  – otherwise, the companies  will not buy non-standard citrus from the population. In 2013, the price of non-standard citrus  was  GEL 0.20-0.22  per kilogram, according to businessmen, a situation will be similar this year. However, they are not willing to …

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Georgia-Turkey-Azerbaijan business forum due in Batumi

Batumi will host Georgia-Turkey-Azerbaijan business forum on December 5. The event will be organized by the Georgian Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development, the Chamber of Commerce and the country’s Investment Agency. The forum participants will be able to get information about the investment environment in Georgia and hold meetings …

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No Other Choice than to Turn to Russia, — Ukraine’s Energy Minister

Ukraine doesn’t see other options than to buy gas from Russia, or coal from the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic, to keep the country warm this winter, said Yury Prodan Ukrainian Energy and Coal Industry Minister. “South Africa has refused to maintain further deliveries of coal to us. A new contract …

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A New Wave of Kazakh Investment Expected in Georgia

Kazakhstan intends to invest a great investment in Georgia – Economy Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili announced after his  visit to Astana. According to him, such topics as KazTransGas-Tbilisi company’s activity in Georgia,  the development of Batumi sea port, the development of the transport corridor, etc were discussed during the visit. The …

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Another Russian Airline to Launch Regular Flights from Georgia

Russian airline Transaero launches  regular direct flights between Moscow and Tbilisi. Thecompany’s website informs. Flights will start from December 21. Earlier, on October 27, Aeroflot  also restored regular flights in the same direction. According to the information placed on  Transaerosite, one-way flight will cost  GEL 200, a travel fee in …

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