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First Fast Vehicle Charger to Come in Action on Gori Highway

First fast charger for vehicles has already installed on Gori highway. According to Nata Kasradze, Director of E-Space Development and Marketing Company, charger which is placed in Socar network, will be put into operation until the end of October. It is planned to increase chargers network up to 100 locations …

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Georgia Works on Integration of Rural Development into National Policies

 Around thirty representatives of the Government of Georgia attended a working meeting in Tbilisi last week to discuss integrating rural development into the national policies of the country. While recognising the challenges relating to rural development in Georgia, the participants focused on the effective implementation of the national Rural Development …

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EU Monitoring Mission Completes its 60,000th Patrol in Georgia

On 20 October, the EU Monitoring Mission (EUMM) conducted its 60,000th patrol in the Mtskheta area of Georgia. An EUAM press release said reaching such a high figure was “a sign of the EU’s commitment to assisting and facilitating a safe and secure environment in Georgia, in particular along the …

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Cross-border Concert in EaP Region Showcases Unique Music Technology

A recent concert showcased the unique music technology being used in Europe and its Eastern Partner countries to help connect performers in different locations. The concert used the technology to connect Estonian and Armenian musicians in Tallinn with a group of Belarusian and Georgian performers in Minsk in real time, …

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Biofuelling Sustainable Development in Georgia

The Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources Protection of Georgia, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Global Environment Facility (GEF) are completing a four-year initiative to promote the production and use of biomass in Georgia.  On October 23, 2017, representatives of the Georgian Government, biomass producer companies, civil society and …

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Knitted – Brand of Knit Bags: Lower Price does not Affect Quality

Online stores have long appeared on Georgian market. It turned out that businesses started in social network frequently moves to shopping malls from virtual space. However, it is difficult to offer different products and services and draw consumers. Knitted, a Georgian brand of knit bags, have successfully overcome these challenges …

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Renewed Wagons of Tbilisi Metro Operates from Today

Tbilisi Metro rail wagon park has two modernized four-line composites, which have a completely new shape and design. According to the Tbilisi Transport Company, both renovated trains will run on the first line today. Within modernization, the cab form was replaced and equipped with modern type control. Also changed the …

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Co-Working Spots in Tbilisi

These co-working spaces in Tbilisi are home to a growing number of freelancers, startup entrepreneurs and academics looking to get out of their apartments and get to work in a calm and productive setting. To ease your decision, we provide you with a short overview of compiled co-working spots list …

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SAP Business One Innovation Day Kicks off in Georgia

What technologies are driving digital transformation, and what does it mean to be a “digital business” for fast-growing companies of Georgia? SAP Innovation Day in Georgia will be hold on October, 25 in Tbilisi. Participants of the event will find out more about their opportunities to develop business using innovative IT …

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Kona Getting Ready to Launch Exports to EU

Kona

KONA cooperative, a beneficiary of the DCFTA information center of Georgian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, is getting ready to launch exports to the Netherlands. The cooperative has already selected a partner company in the mentioned country. Representatives of KONA cooperative have received an offer from DCFTA information center on …

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Georgia Lacks Professional Staff

Unemployment remains Georgia’s one of the key challenges. However, we have the situation, when a major part of population is unemployed, but the private sector starves of qualified staff anyway. Almost all fields lack for professional workforce. Specialists explain that the changing demand and standards on the market have shaped …

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