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Daily Archives: February 5, 2018

Electricity Tariffs in Georgia and Turkey

Averaged price of electricity imports in December declined by annual 16.1% and constituted 4.9 US Cent on a kilowatt/hour. According to G&T information, growing imports volume in December 2017 raised the power balance price by annual 13.3% and constituted 4.8 US center for a kilowatt/hour. 19.7% of total supplied electricity …

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SiGMA at ICE Totally Gaming

ICE Totally Gaming is on the books for 6-8 February 2018, and SiGMA is attending in force. The 2017 edition registered upwards of 30,000 in attendance, and cemented the show’s reputation further. ICE is known for its product launches, and as a showcase for innovation in general.  ICE VOX, which …

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AYFB Requests Georgia’s PM to Set Personal Control Over Road Infrastructure Projects

AYFB has Released an Address to the Prime Minister of Georgia Asking him to set Personal Control over Implementation of Road Infrastructure Projects

“Association of Young Financiers and Businessmen (AYFB) has recently launched exploration works for exposing available violations in highway construction process and public monitoring whether  announced tenders and their conditions are fulfilled valuably. We know that an unprecedented volume of resources will be applied from the state budget and  international donor …

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Zara Home Opened Its First Store in Tbilisi

The home wear brand of the Inditex Group has opened its first store in Georgia. The store measuring more than 450 sqm represents all the collections of the home wear brand, including Zara Home Kids. The store is also featuring an innovative design, true to the current image of Zara …

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Will Tbilisi City Hall’s Initiative Affect on Taxi Service Prices

Taxi Tbilisi

Taxi drivers will be obliged to take licenses  in Tbilisi. At Tbilisi Government’s meeting, Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze noted that the quality of taxi services will be improved and certain standards will be introduced stage by stage. Tbilisi residents and guests deserve high-quality, safe and comfortable services. Therefore, we will …

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Results of the State Program Film in Georgia

In 2016 Enterprise Georgia introduced program “Film in Georgia” that is a joint initiative of the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia and the Ministry of Culture and Monuments Protection of Georgia. “Film in Georgia” offers 20-25% cash rebate on qualified expenses incurred in Georgia and aims to …

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Club Underwheel – various choice of parties and entertainment

Are you planning exhibition? Club „Underwheel“ is ready to be your host. Do you have plans for festival or concert? Then „Underwheel“ is ready to help you in this case as well. If you are getting ready for wedding, feel happy and want to share these feelings with others, „Underwheel“ …

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Supporting the SME’s Program Promotes the Activation of Regional Population

The program implemented by The Entrepreneurship Development Agency, under The Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia, promotes the activation of the regional population. By the Financial assistance the regional residents get the opportunity to initiate their own business, while the consulting component provides to raise an awareness from …

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Regus Business World Membership Cards Offers Access to 3,000 Branches

International Office Provider REGUS has already been established in Georgia, serving customers in Tbilisi’s most prestigious, active and dynamic part of town (2 Leonidze Street, business center ‘Tabidze 1’, 4th floor,) and offers the ideal working environment. “Our global network is expanding annually. All business people need an ideal environment …

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Number of Tourists Increased by 23% in January

In January of 2018, the number of international travelers increased by 14.8% and the tourists increased by 23%. In January 2018, 444,241 international travelers visited Georgia, which is 57,171 more than in the same period last year (growth + 14.8%). In January, the number of foreign travelers or tourists who …

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