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Daily Archives: November 27, 2018

Tiflistex Company to Export Georgian made Socks to EU

The Tiflistex Company’s socks will be sold in the EU. The company will send its first batch to the EU at the end of the month. The founder of the company Giorgi Gachechiladze states that he came up with the idea to start the business after Georgia made the free …

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SkyUp plans to operate from Kiev to Batumi in addition to Tbilisi

The Ukrainian low-coster SkyUp plans to launch regular flights from Kiev to Batumi, besides Tbilisi. According to SkyUp, the company will operate on Kiev-Batumi airspace from May 25, 2019 and will carry out daily flights. It is already known that the price of the ticket will be from 1527 Ukrainian Hryvnia. …

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Ministry of Economy Releases Special Statement on Wizz Air


We find it absolutely unacceptable to disseminate this misinformation aimed at misleading our population, destabilizing the situation and damaging the interests of not only one specific airline, but the whole business environment in Georgia. We would like to declare with full responsibility that no restrictions will be introduced against Wizz …

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Leta- Jams Made by Grandmother’s Recipe

Two years ago the new production of ecologically clean and natural jams appeared on the Georgian market. The original recipe of grandmother became a form of inspiration for its founder to produce jams without preservatives and supplements. Marketer had an interview with Tamar Atuashvili: Where and when did you come …

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Georgia Closer to EU Forestry Standards and Practices

An EU twinning project between Georgian, Lithuanian and Hungarian forestry civil servants has resulted in recommendations to bring Georgia closer to EU forestry standards and practices. This is one of the outcomes of the 18-month-long EU-funded project “Strengthening sustainable management of forests in Georgia”, the results of which were presented …

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The EU Plans to Test an AI Lie Detector at Border Points

Trials for AI lie detection at border patrol checkpoints are set to begin soon in the EU. The program, called iBorderCtrl, will run for six months at four border crossing points in Hungary, Latvia and Greece with countries outside the European Union, as reported by Gizmodo. iBorderCtrl is an EU-funded project that …

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HUB Georgia: Government Plans to Eject WIZZ AIR from Georgian Market

“Government of Georgia plans to eject Wizz Air from Georgian market”, Vaso Urushadze, executive director for HUB Georgia noted. To this end, Ministry of Economy has already staged pressure on Civil Aviation Agency management, but the issue was postponed because of the current presidential elections. “Based on reliable sources, we …

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Ukraine is Making Progress in Improving the Standards of Living and Increasing Wages and Retail Sales

Anna Nestulia

EE Real Estate Forum & Project Awards event that gathers industry leaders and potential investors to discuss regions investment opportunities, real estate challenges and innovations. Anna Nestulia, NAI Ukraine Please give your opinion on the region’s investment attractiveness and name market segments particularly attractive to foreign investors these days.  Ukraine …

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