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Athens, Creditors Close to Final Accord on €86bn Bailout

Greece is expected to ink the final signatures on a vital €86-billion bailout deal with its international creditors in the coming days. However, Greece’s biggest creditor, Germany, still has some reservations. Greece and its lenders have reached a deal on final fiscal targets, which are intended to help the indebted …

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Demand for Outdoor Advertising Reduced

Demand for outdoor advertising has reduced. The  advertising companies say the reason for the decline in demand is the currency devaluation and the current economic environment in the country. Along with the depreciation of the national currency,  an advertising company Outdoor.ge has slightly reduced the price of outdoor advertising. In …

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Nut Price Drops this Year

Georgian nut price will be less compared with last year. CBW was told by the Chairman of the Board of the  Hazelnut Producers and Exporters  Association Aleksandre Motserelia. According to him, nuts have not been harvested  so far and therefore it is difficult to make forecasts, but it is already possible …

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First experience of the Dinamo Arena

First experience of the Dinamo Arena

Barça are in Tbilisi. The blaugrana party left El Prat Airport in Barcelona at 9.25am CET on a charter flight that took them to Georgia where they face Sevilla in the European Super Cup final, landing just after four o’clock local time (2.00pm CET). The party will head to the …

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Government Intends to Subsidize a Viticulture Sector

On behalf of Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Garibashvili, the government starts to subsidize the viticulture sector – Agriculture Minister Otar Danelia states. According to him, the Ministry and the National Wine Agency held a meeting with the wine sector representatives. “For Georgia, the grape harvest is a priority, and …

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Traffic restrictions to be imposed for UEFA Super Cup match

Patrol Police Division of the Ministry of Internal Affairs has released a statement about traffic restrictions that will be in place during UEFA Super Cup match on August 11. “Patrol Police Division would like to inform the public that in connection with the UEFA Super Cup’s final game, traffic movement …

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Lufthansa to Reduce Operations in Russia

Lufthansa is due to the economic downturn has decided to suspend their flights to Samara, Nizhny Novgorod and in Moscow Vnukovo airport. About it reports TASS with reference to the press service of the carrier. Flights from Vnukovo airport will be suspended from August 31. Flights from Samara and Nizhny …

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Tbilisi International Festival of Theatre

Tbilisi International Festival of Theatre - CBW.ge

Tbilisi International Festival of Theatre was established by Tbilisi City Hall in May 2009. Nowadays there are all conditions for international cultural life in Tbilisi. We hope that Tbilisi International Festival of theatre, with the other festivals and cultural events, will be the main crossroad for the development stage. The …

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Georgia’s Preferred Real Estate Firm

Interview with Nina Kipiani, country director at Cushman & Wakefield | Veritas Brown – What is it like to work for Cushman & Wakefield? – I had already been operating in the commercial real estate industry for over 8 years before joining Cushman & Wakefield | Veritas Brown 3 years …

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