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Making The Most of The DCFTA For Georgia, Ukraine And Moldova

Making The Most of The DCFTA For Georgia, Ukraine And Moldova

Interview with Nino Samvelidze, Manager of the Project, EU Programs Manager at PMCG. International development consulting company PMCG recently organized a knowledge sharing conference in Chisinau, Moldova Making the Most of the DCFTA. The event was supported by International Visegrad Fund and aimed to assist Moldavan and Georgian businesses, entrepreneurs …

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Georgian Cafe Vai Me Opened in Budapest (Photos)

Vaime Restraurant

Georgian fast food cafe Vai Me opened in Budapest couple of months ago and offers customers delicious Georgian national cuisine. “Creating the concept of Vai Me-the first chain of Georgian fast-food cafes in Budapest, we wanted to destroy the myth, that Georgian food is necessarily many hours of eating and drinking …

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Georgian Graduates Recieve Highest Physics GRE Scores Globally

Tornike Ghutishvili

Graduates from Georgia’s Free University receive highest GRE scores in physics and are listed among 5% of students who gain 900 and more scores in the subject test. The maximum score in Physics GRE Subject Test is 990, however scoring higher than 900 is a difficult task. Guram Kartvelisvhili, Saba Sharikadze …

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Metro City To Open Metro City Forum Shopping Mall on July 1

Metro City To Open Metro City Forum Shopping Mall on July 1

Next Year Batumi will Open Its First Biggest Shopping Mall Batumi will meat the 2016 tourism season with a new multifunctional project. The Metro City complex unites a five-star hotel and apartments with own swimming pools, indoor and outdoor panoramic restaurants, casino, spa center, a shopping mall, sports club, movie …

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Expected Effect of Bank Sector’s Credit Policy on State Economy

Loan Interest Rates Grow

Commercial banks have tightened crediting conditions by increasing loan interest rates and introducing conservative loan-issuing regulations. Commercial banks still consider the commerce and trade field as the target sector for crediting, but similar considerations do not foster the sector development. Moreover, the National Bank of Georgia (NBG) has ceased growing …

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Georgia Celebrates Saint George’s Day

Statue of St George

St George has always been especially honored and respected as a patron saint of Georgia and there are hundreds of churches dedicated to him. Georgian Orthodox Christians celebrate Saint George’s Day, Giorgoba, twice a year; on May 6 and on 23 November. St. George was born in the latter part of …

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Batumi is the Most Trendy Town For Belarusians

Belarus Batumi

Belarusian online newspaper “Tourism and Holiday” publishes an article on Ajara’s tourism opportunities.  Article writes that last year’s trendy destination for Belarusians was Georgia’s seaside town Batumi. Belarusian tourists were going with greater enthusiasm in Georgia rather than to the Mediterraneans. Georgia offers our tourists azure seaside, “article says. The …

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XXI Century and Healthcare Challenges: Tbilisi Hosted International Health Conference

Bernard Kouchner

The Ministry of Health together with international consulting company Global Alliance hosted, conference-  Healthcare Challenges in the 21st Century. Georgian authorities’ as well Georgian doctors attended the conference. Georgian PM Irakli Garibashvili opened the conference and stressed out the importance of implemented programs in healthcare and for overall welfare of …

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CEO of Georgian State Elecrosystem: The Country is Ready for Winter

CEO of Georgian State Elecrosystem: The Country is Ready for Winter

“We have set up mobile teams and we are ready for the winter”, Sulkhan Zumburidze, the Chairman of the Steering Board of Georgian State Electric System, told reporters at the Radisson hotel, where a presentation of a  joint report of energy companies was held. Zumburidze noted that the Ministry of …

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