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Davos’16: Keeping Georgia’s NATO Dream Alive

Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili was catapulted to office in December of 2015 after the abrupt resignation of his predecessor, Irakli Garibashvili. In his previous role as Foreign Minister, Kvirikashvili led significant initiatives to advance Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic and European integration efforts. That will continue. Kvirikashvili says realizing Georgia’s dream of …

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Davos’16: Meeting with Victoria Nuland

Davos'16: Meeting with Victoria Nuland

Within the frames of Davos World Economic Forum, Prime Minister of Georgia Giorgi Kvirikashvili met Assistant Secretary of State, Victoria Nuland. Victoria Nuland personally congratulated Giorgi Kvirikashvili on appointment to the Prime Minister’s post and wished all the success in his future endeavors. Throughout the meeting important issues of the …

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Davos’16: Georgia Deepens The Cooperation With Netherlands

Kvirikashvili Giorgi

While visiting Switzerland, the Prime Minister (the PM) of Georgia met the PM of Kingdom of the Netherlands. Throughout the meeting Giorgi Kvirikashvili and Mark Rutte emphasized the prospects of deepening the cooperation between their respective countries. The head of the Government of Georgia extended his gratitude to Mark Rutte …

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Davos’16: Washington Based Investment Company is Interested in Georgia

The Working Group of the Washington State Investment Board (the WSIB) will visit Georgia. Respective decision was made during the meeting held between the Prime Minister of Georgia and the Executive Director of the WSIB, Theresa J. Whitmarsh. The business environment in Georgia was discussed throughout the meeting. Particular attention …

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Davos 2016: Best Quotes From Day 1

As the first full day of the Forum’s Annual Meeting 2016 draws to a close, catch up on some of the best quotes. Session: The Canadian Opportunity Session: A New Climate For Doing Business Facebook Live Chat: Questions to John Green From Davos Session: Press Conference with the Co-Chairs of …

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EBRD Allocates €2.2 million in Kobuleti Water Supply Project

Bruno Balavera

The Minister of Finance Nodar Khaduri and EBRD Director for the Caucasus, Moldova and Belarus Bruno Balvanera signed an agreement to implement the Kobuleti Water Project. EBRD will allocate €2.2 million financial resource which will aim at financing Kobuleti sewage waste water cleaning activities. Kobuleti Water project aims at building waste water …

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Tightening Quality Control on Drugs Excludes Existance of Counterfeited Products

From January 2016, Humanity Georgia company enters Georgian pharmaceutical market. Humanity Georgia will introduce a wide option of medications to the pharmaceutical market in the near future. Quality of the company-manufactured medications is approved by the manufacturer’s EU GMP Certificate. The first set of drugs will be represented by frequently-used drugs …

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BP to Allocate $150M to Modernize Baku-Supsa oil Pipeline

The BP company will allocate $150 million for modernization of certain sections of the Baku-Supsa oil pipeline and improvement of ecological standards in Georgia. Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili has held his first meeting with the Executive Director of the BP company in Davos Robert Dudley. The executive director provided …

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Davos’16: Georgian PM Meets with Business and Political Leaders

The Prime Minister of Georgia and former Prime Minister of United Kingdom Tony Blair agreed on future cooperation.

The Prime Minister of Georgia and former Prime Minister of United Kingdom Tony Blair agreed on future cooperation. The meeting between Giorgi Kvirikashvili and Tony Blair was held within the frames of Davos World Economic Forum. The main topics of the meeting encompassed ongoing democratic reforms in Georgia. Former Prime …

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Will Georgia Follow Israeli Tax Breaks Model for Big Investors?

Itzik Moshe, President of Georgian-Israeli Business Chamber, appealed to the Prime Minister of Georgia with a new tax initiative. Moshe suggests introducing tax breaks for investors who have invested at least $ 10 million dollars into the country’s economy and created over  100 jobs during the investment payback period. President of …

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