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China is Ranked as the 2nd in the Rating of Wine Export Markets

Wine export is increased by 85% y-o-y. According to Wine National Agency, 14, 2 million bottles (0, 75 l) are exported from Georgia to 38 countries through January-March with a total value of 32. 3 million USD. TOP-5 of Exporting Countries   Country mln bottles 1 Russia 8.988 2 China …

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Georgian Airways Launches Direct Flights To Barcelona

Travelling between Barcelona and Tbilisi could soon become easier after – a Georgian Airways will launch direct flights between these two cities. TAV Georgia announced yesterday that from July 5, Georgian Airways will launch flights. Erlier this year company announced about launching operation to London (Gatwik Airport) flight From May …

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New Georgian Olive Oil Brand Appears on Market

Georgian Olive Oil

In couple of weeks, a new Georgian olive oil brand will appear on the market. According to GeoLive company founder Giorgi Svanidze, first samples of olive oil will be sold at the local markets from the end of the month. At the first stage, company plans to produce 25 ton …

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Georgia bets on Agritourism for Scenic Tsalka Region

 Georgia’s southern Tsalka region looks forward to welcoming tourists, drawn by the area’s unique natural beauty and cultural monuments. An FAO project financed by Austria has been working with local and national authorities as Tsalka prepares to host agritourists and ecotourists. During 2016, areas for support were identified with the …

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Silk Road Group Finances Ski Sports by 300 000 GEL


Government of Georgia has signed an agreement with Silk Road Group. Under the agreement, the Federation and its sponsor will jointly care for equipping ski schools. The agreement calls for constructing four international standard ski schools in Svaneti, Ajara, Bakuriani and Gudauri, the group founder Giorgi Ramishvili said and highly …

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Art-Lighting Systems Illuminate Buildings on Pushkin Street


Art-lighting systems were installed on Pushkin street, in the vicinity of Freedom Square, to illuminate buildings. The works were performed by LLC TbilService Group. As part of the project, art-lighting systems and modern LED bulbs were installed in the mentioned zone. TbilServicwe Group plans to illuminate about 40 buildings by …

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High Quality Plant Protection Products are Available in Georgia


The modern agriculture does not exist  without high –quality plant protection products.  Any farmer, investor or person interested in agri business cannot  plan his or her business without having guaranteed access to  high-quality plant protection products. The competition is annually rising throughout the world regarding the production of plant defense …

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Khelvachauri HPP Put into Service


Khelvachauri 1 hydro power plant (HPP) has been put into service. A part of the generated electricity will be purchased by Electricity System Commercial Operator (ESCO). Adjar Energy 2007, Khelvachauri 1 HPP owner, and ESCO have already signed an agreement on guaranteed purchase. Installed generation of the HPP is 47.48 …

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Imeri Clothing Factory to Employ 200 Citizens in Addition

Imeri Factory

On April 4 Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili visited a new facility of Imeri clothing factory in Kutaisi, Imereti Region. The new enterprise  will employ about 200 citizens. The company with the history of 1990s, expanded production thanks to a 315 000 EUR financial component attracted as part of Produce …

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Excise Tax Growth on Tobacco and Alcoholic Products Intensified Smuggling Attempts


Growth in excise tax rates on tobacco and alcoholic products has intensified smuggling attempts, Revenue Service head Giorgi Tabuashvili said. “Certainly, number of similar cases has increased, however, our service actively cooperates with investigative structures to expose smuggling facts and prevent them”, he said. Excise tax growth has intensified smuggling …

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