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Environment Impact Document Prepared for Anaklia Seaport Development

Environment impact document has been prepared for Anaklia Seaport and Anaklia Development Consortium will start public discussions on this document. Objective of Anaklia project is to develop and manage container terminals that will be able to handle about 8 million tons of container cargo a year. As reported, Government of …

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ASB Conducts Earthquake Drill at Aisi Day Care Center

In the framework of “We are ready” campaign for “Disability Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction (DiDRR)”program, Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund (ASB), together with Emergency Management Agency of the Ministry of Internal Affairs will conduct earthquake drill at Aisi Day Care Center for Children and Youth with disabilities. There are 60 beneficiaries and 20 staff …

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Natalie’s Bookmarks For Book Lovers

Natalie’s Bookmarks  became available for book lovers a week ago. The slogan of startup is “Don’t fold it, use a bookmark”. You can already buy bookmarks in 10 Biblus shops. The founder of the startup, Natali Enukidze talks about the future plans and development strategies in the interview. Why did …

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Results of 9th International Wine Award 2017: Full List

Georgian wine

The International Wine and Spirits Exhibition ”WinExpo Georgia 2017” hosted the 9th International Wine Award 2017 on June 9-10. In total 43 companies presented 164 different types of wine at the contest. On June 10, the awards were presented in six categories: gold (26 medals), silver (36), bronze (84) medals …

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Traffic Through Airports of Georgia Keeps Growing

Traffic growth through Georgia’s airports has recently increased. According to the Georgian Civil Aviation Agency, in January-May 2017 the international airports of Tbilisi, Kutaisi and Batumi and the regional airports of Mestia and Ambrolauri together served 46.96% more passengers than in the same period last year. A total of 1.22 …

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IMF Representative: Workforce Skills in Georgia Differ form Market Demands

Tao Zhang

Tao Zhang, deputy managing director for International Monetary Fund (IMF), asserts that there is much difference between workforce skills and the labor market demands in Georgia. New technologies and new business models are developed on global markets. Therefore, there is much demand for new working skills, he said. “Schools should …

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Georgia’s Trade Turnover with Azerbaijan Grows

Georgian Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development has held the fist meeting with President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliev. The parties discussed bilateral trade-economic relations and transit potential development perspectives. The parties noted that over the past 4 months Georgia-Azerbaijan trade turnover has grown and this tendency will be continued. “Energy …

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