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Tea Processing Plant to Open in Ozurgeti

A tea processing plant will be leased to a entrepreneur in Ozurgeti, the Guria Region. The plant was unveiled in the village of Gurianta as part of the state program. Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili told the government meeting that the tea processing plant will be leased to the businessman …

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PM: Ambrolauri Airport will Boost Tourism Business in Racha

Ambrolauri

The government of Georgia is about approving simplified  regulations for purchase of the Ambrolauri Airdrome construction works. This is a very important project for local residents and tourism business development, Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili told the government meeting. “We believe that the new airdrome will give huge stimulus to …

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Nut Trees Cultivated on 15 ha of Land in Samegrelo Region

Nut Trees Cultivated on 15 ha of Land in Samegrelo Region

Narazeni is a village in Zugdidi district, Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti region where the farmer Zaza Gvatua planted a garden of the nut trees on 15 ha of land. The cultivation of nut trees has been implemented within the agroproject “Plant the Future“. The farmer got involved in the project in 2016 …

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Archi Batumi Apartment Sales Started – Project to end in late 2017

Sales for Archi Batumi project started. The project is located on Gorgasali Street, in the central part of Batumi, which is a strategically important location for both tourists and local residents. The residential house is located on a 800 meter distance from the seaside. The famous Dolphinarium of Batumi is …

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Georgian to Head Marketing Department Wendy’s of EMEA Markets

Sophie Chogovadze

Sopo Chogovadze, head of Marketing Department at Wendy’s Georgia, will take over a new position in September as the regional marketing head of Wendy’s EMEA markets in Europe, Middle East and Africa. What are duties of the new position? What functions will Sopo fulfill? What challenges are expected on the …

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In Georgia Export Declined by 7 percent in July 2016

In Georgia Export Declined by 7 percent in July 2016

According to preliminary data of the National Statistics Office of Georgia, in July 2016, compared to July 2015, export of goods increased by 7% (13.4 million dollars), while import decreased by 0.2% (1.6 million dollar). In case we compare the data of export of the year 2016 to the year 2014, it …

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Alabama Legislator Angry That “State of Georgia” Allowed in Olympics

Friday afternoon, Alabama State Senator Fred Q. Calhoun, published an open letter to the International Olympic Committee’s President, Thomas Bach, complaining that it was unfair for the committee to allow only one U.S. state to participate as an independent team in this year’s Summer Olympic Games. “As I was watching last night’s Olympic …

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Fuel Quality in Georgia Remains on Critical Level

Fuel

Fuel quality in Georgia is satisfactory – specialists do not agree with this conclusion made by the Environment Protection Ministry. Environmentalists think that real picture is worse and all components, starting from legislation ending with standards, should be improved. The Environment Protection Ministry started the diesel and petrol quality control …

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Proparco to fund Evex $25 mln

Proparco to fund Evex $ 25 mln

Georgia Healthcare Group PLC (the “Group” or “GHG”) announces that its healthcare services business subsidiary (“Evex”), the leading private healthcare service provider in Georgia, and the European Development Financial Institution, Société de Promotion et de Participation pour la Coopération Economique (“Proparco”) have signed a US$ 25 million loan agreement. The …

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