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Huawei Wants to Further Develop Its Business in Georgia

The Chinese multi-national and multi-billion telecommunications company Huawei, is interested in developing its business in Georgia. This statement was made during Georgia’s PM and Huawei’s Senior Vice President’s meeting in China. Today Georgia’s PM has completed his 5-day visit to China within World Economic Forum framework. The Economic Forum in …

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POWERCHINA Has “Concrete Plans” on Anaklia Port Investment

Georgia’s PM Garibashvili ended his working visit to China earlier today. The PM and a Georgian delegation spent about five days in China to attend the World Economic Forum and host other official meetings. One of the meetings was with representatives of the POWERCHINA investment corporation. The PM’s Administration said …

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Levan Lepsveridze About Team Spirit at Ad Black Sea Seminars Program

Levan Lepsveridze, Creative Director and Co-Founder at Leavingstone, will talk about an importance of young creators in advertising industry at Ad Black Sea seminars program to be held on September 24-27 in Batumi, Georgia. His topic “Smells Like Team Spirit” will give participants understanding that teams of teens may lack …

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SOCAR Will Hold a Celebratory Reception in Ajara

The Embassy of Azerbaijan in Georgia and the oil company SOCAR Energy Georgia will hold a celebratory reception at the SOCAR headquarters in Batumi. The reception will take place on Saturday, September 12 at 9:30 pm. Among the celebrated guests, there will be the world-renown pianist Farhad Badalbeyli, Eliso Bolkvadze …

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Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank will Start its Operations in Georgia

Georgia will be among the first countries that the newly established Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) will start making operations. The AIIB president Jin Liqun made this statement after his meeting with the Georgian PM in Dalian. Jin Liqun stated he had visited Georgia twice. According to him, the country …

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Georgian Pkhali Recipe from a Foreigner — North Coastal Journal

Jada Calypso Brotman of the Californian North Coastal Journal shares her recipe of the go-to Georgian vegetarian (that are very few) dish, pkhali. “I first heard of Georgian food in my college days when my bogglingly beautiful friend Ketevan described the mouthwatering grub her mother prepared back in Tbilisi. It piqued …

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Canning Factories Preparing to Buy up Fruits

Canning factories are beginning to buy up  fruits. German  baby food manufacturer Hipp has not started buying fruits yet. The company’s deputy head notes that  the harvest is not good, the apples are few, and whether the company will buy up products will be known in  two  weeks. In the …

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Global Oil Supply Too Large, Brent Trading at 48 per Barrel

Oil Supply

On Friday, the global oil prices have decreased some more. October’s Brent oil futures on London’s Stockmarket ICE Futures decreased by $0,08 (0,16%), comprising $48,00 per barrel, according to Bloomberg.  October WTI oil futures price fell by $0,94 (2,05%) and are set at $44,98 per barrel now. Since the beginning …

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Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank to Launch Projects in Georgia

Georgia will be one of the first countries where the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank  (AIIB) to launch its projects-  AIIB  President announced after meeting with Georgia’s  Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili. According to him, he twice visited Georgia which has recently made significant progress. AIIB shows interest in the transport, traffic …

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Mountain Resorts Started Preparing for the Winter Season

The head of  the Mountain Resorts Development Company sums up this summer season in Bakuriani and Gudauri, evaluating it as quite successful. According to Sandro Onoprishvili, 70% more tourists visited the ski resort Didveli compared to last year. In Gudauri, new cycling paths opened this year that will further increase …

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Boris Nemtsov Posthumously Given American Liberty Award

Boris Nemtsov, the Russian opposition leader who was tragically assassinated last year, was posthumously awarded the American Liberty Award. The Award is annually presented by the International Republican institute in Washington, D.C., Russian service of BBC reports. Nemtsov’s former colleague and Parnas party partner Vladimir Kara-Murza received the Award for …

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First Georgia-France Co-Pro Short Underway


Production is beginning on the first ever animated short film co-produced by Georgia and France — a modern folk tale for kids called Pocket Man, created by Georgian children’s book illustrator Ana Chubinidze. According to Chubinidze, she had decided to writer her own children’s story after working as an illustrator …

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