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Daily Archives: May 14, 2018

Batumi Hosts 11th International Exhibition of Tourism and Hotel Equipment

Hotel ”Sheraton” hosted Expo Batumi Travel 2018, 11th International Exhibition-Sale of Tourism and Hotel Equipment in Batumi. Dozens of countries were represented at the exhibition. Organizers of the exhibition say that the event is becoming more attractive and lucrative year by year. Expo Batumi Travel 2018 was participated as by …

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Not My Choice Campaign Against Children Exploitation in the Streets

Today, as Georgia moves forward on its path to joining the European community and continues striving towards progress, an equal start for all children and the creation of a fair and tolerant society become incremental issues for development. Unfortunately, for nearly 2,000 children in Georgia, the day does not begin …

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Enterprise in Georgia Has New Director

Enterprise in Georgia has new director Mikheil Khidureli, according to Business Media Georgia Vice Premier of Georgia will present him today. Khidureli himself confirmed the information and noted that today on the presentation, he will unveil agency’s new strategy and action plan. Mikheil is the Founder of SavvY Consulting and …

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RMG Mining Company Has Added 500 million GEL to the State Budget Since 2011

Recently, noisy developments have been swirling around the RMG Copper company. Initially, the company was accused of environmental pollution and creating health problems in its surrounding region. Later, the company was attacked using political schemes, and a state auction was thwarted. Politicians did not cede a nearby land plot to …

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International Wine Challenge Awards over 90 Wines from Georgia

The results of “second tranche” of  annual International Wine Challenge (IWC) competition were announced recently in London. The IWC has two separate tastings to accommodate the different production and sales schedules across the industry. Tranche 1 wines were tasted in November and Tranche 2 wines were tasted in April. There …

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Foreign Trade Turnover Increased by 22%

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In January-April, 2018 foreign trade turnover in Georgia (without undeclared trade) reached 3 786.2 million USD, amounted to 22.2 percent more than the corresponding period of the previous year. Exports amounted to 961.4 million USD (22.0 percent more), and import 2 824.8 million USD (22.3 percent more). According to the …

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Short Films Marathon PARASHOOT will be held in Georgia

Embassy of the United States of America in cooperation with the NGO Democracy Laboratory in Georgia announces ParaShoot, a short film marathon for professional and amateur filmmakers who want to help their country through filmmaking. Marathon’s goal is to promote social issues and find new faces in the film industry. …

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9th New Wine Festival held in Tbilisi

On May 12, 2018, the Georgian Wine Club hosted its ninth New Wine Festival, organized in  partnership with the National Wine Agency and Tbilisi City Hall. According to organizers, out of the 200 Festival’s participants, 81 are medium and large wine companies, 236 are small estate vintners, and 6 are …

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Development of Tourism Infrastructure in Ujarma is Planned

Development of tourism infrastructure in the village Ujarma, Sagarejo municipality, is planned in the area of the cultural heritage, fortress city. The Municipal Development Fund has already announced tender for the procurement of construction works in order to improve the city  infrastructure. Estimated cost of the project is 69 447 …

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