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First International Congress of Georgian Association of Oncology – Urology

On October 4, at 9 AM Tbilisi Ivane Javakhishvili State University will host the first international congress of Georgian Association of Oncology Urology. For the first time in South Caucasus, the congress will hold transatlantic demonstration of ultramodern robotic surgery technologies – live translation from the USA. Vipul Patel, one …

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PASHA Bank Partners the First CEO Lunch Tbilisi by Caspian Energy

PASHA Bank Partners the First CEO Lunch Tbilisi by Caspian Energy

On September 29th Caspian European Club and Caspian American Club hosted the first CEO Lunch Tbilisi within the framework of the official ceremony marking the resumption of activities of Caspian Energy Georgia. The event involves organization of a series of meetings for CEOs of Georgia and Azerbaijani companies and is …

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Literary Contest Winners Revealed – Liberty Bank Awards The Writers

Liberty Bank

National Association for Professional Development of Teachers and Liberty Bank have awarded writers, who have won the literary contest as part of Teacher Weekly. Money awards and notebooks were transmitted to winners of first, second and third places. The first prize was won by Eka Kevanishvili for her best work …

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Georgian Student Creates Emergency Medical Service – Your Safety

Mariam Ivanishvili Your Safety

Georgian student, Mariam Ivanishvili has created Emergency Medical Service called Your Safety, which provides safe, First aid kits from Turkey to Georgia: “Our goal is to raise awareness about labor security and first aid, also equip individual as well as large companies with specific inventory”, Marketer.ge reports “Our product assists …

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Rati Gholijashvili is The Winner of Falling Walls Lab Tbilisi

Rati Gholijashvili

Author of the best project of Startup Georgia Phage Nutraceuticals, Rati Gholijashvili is the winner of International Forum Falling Walls Lab Tbilisi. Rati Gholijashvili has also been qualified for the Falling Walls Lab Finale in Berlin, which is held every year on 8 November and is closely connected to the annual …

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2018 State Budget Allocations for Ministries

Ministry of Finance of Georgia published the 2018 state budget bill, under which total budget expenditures will rise by 949mln GEL as compared to 2017. Major growth in budget funding is provided for Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure – 572mln GEL. The funds will be mainly spent on road …

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Colliers International Georgia’s New Office at King David Business Center

Georgian office of the global company for real estate services awaits for partners at Kind David business center. Multifunctional project King David is in operation handover since summer 2017. The first tenants launched operation at the business center in September, including PwC Georgia and Samsung Georgia. Starting today, Colliers International Georgia has …

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Public Relations Specialists are the Most in-demand Jobs in Georgia

Caucasus Business Week had an interview with Tamar Dumbadze, Public relations manager for one of the largest and successful electronics store in Georgia, Techno Boom which is the pioneer of several digital marketing projects in a country. -Name your best project or period you take pride in. -We have many …

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Record Dividends of Excise Tax Growth

Growth in excise tax is an important instrument that is justified by state funding principle and specific goals. Over the past years, Georgia’s economic growth pace has declined and it has become necessary to implement efficient approaches of economic policy. To this end, in the shortest period, «without much efforts …

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EU Proposes New Macro-Financial Assistance to Georgia

The European Commission proposed new Macro-Financial Assistance (MFA) to Georgia, worth up to €45 million. According to an EU press release, if adopted by the European Parliament and the Council, this assistance would help Georgia cover part of its external financing needs. “Today’s proposal for additional assistance is another sign …

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How to Boost Electricity Generation

How to Boost Electricity Generation

Electricity deficit reduction is one of the key challenges before Georgia. Taking into account the fact Georgia mainly buys electricity from Russia, energy security is of crucial importance. Since Georgia does not have sufficient power generation sources, the country imports electricity mainly in winter period. Therefore, hydro engineer Leontina Galdava …

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