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Tbilisi City Hall to Examine Economic Potential of Capital City

Tbilisi City Hall plans to determine the most attractive investment economic fields, based on the economic potential research results. The report will cover economic condition of the capital city, analysis of economic sectors, unemployment level, employment indicator, economic potential of the population, as well as growth forecast due to economic …

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Economy and Ecology

No emissions and costs –- an electric car is an ecologically clean and least-cost transport with growing popularity. Currently, about 5000 electric cars drive in Georgia. However, a long distance is an only aspect that could make clients refuse buying electric cars. Anyway, even this problem will be resolved gradually. …

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Startup Grind: Getting Serious About Blockchain, with Tamar Salant

Startup Grind is a global community where people who have founded startups, want to found startups, fund them, want to work for them, or just learn about them gather. Tbilisi hosts one of the chapters and is part of a million-person global community. Come meet Georgians, expats, and visitors who are …

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Tbilisi to See Only White Color Taxis Next Year

Since 2019 the standard taxis of city comes into force. According to Kakha Kaladze, allowed color will be white. “We are working on visual standards that will be mandatory from October 1, 2019. Here we are on the second stage, defining allowed color of cabs. We have discussed a lot …

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25 Years on from The Fall of Abkhazia

Twenty-five years passed after fall of Sokhumi. Georgia commemorates the 25th anniversary of fall of Sokhumi. Due to the day, national flags are lowered at buildings of state institutions across Georgia. Military confrontation in Abkhazia began on August 14, 1992. Military activities lasted for 13 months and 13 days and ended with the …

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National Folklore Center Opens in Ozurgeti

A regional branch of the National Center of Folklore has been opened in Ozurgeti, covering the western region and all three municipalities of Guria. Director of the Georgian Folklore State Center Giorgi Donadze, and Minister of Culture and Sports Mikheil Batiashvili, opened the rehabilitated center in Ozurgeti before an audience …

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Eventer.Ge Plans to Sue Gem Fest

Eventer.ge plans to sue Gem Fest. The company representatives told BM.Ge that consultations are underway with lawyers and besides claims for compensation of financial losses, Eventer.ge may also sue Gem Fest on charges of roguery. Gem Fest was to return incomes from sold tickets last week, but the company has …

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Lead Content in Tbilisi Atmospheric Air will Be Monitored Every Week

National Environment Agency plans to broaden the space for monitoring lead content in atmospheric air. Specialists have taken air samples at 4 locations in Tbilisi (Rustaveli, King Tamar and Kazbegi Avenues and Gldani First micro district) through special devices. The samples were sent to the laboratory of National Environmental Agency …

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Tbilisi City Hall Launches Night Bus Route

Night Bus route has launched operation in Tbilisi. Bus N222 will work from 00:00 to 06:00 on Friday-Saturday night from Akhmeteli Theater underground station to Varketili. Deputy Tbilisi Mayor Sopio Khuntsaria noted that this is a pioneering project and if it justifies other routes will be also launched in three …

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Court of Arbitration will be Established in Georgia

The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) of Georgia will sign a memorandum with the government of Georgia to establish the International Court of Arbitration in Georgia – states the President of the ICC, Fady Asly. According to him, the memorandum will be signed with the Georgian government on December 20. …

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Deutsche Welle Films TV Program on Ajara

Deutsche Welle is preparing one more program about Adjara. Journalists from international media visited Ajara to film travel guide ”Meet the Local”. The main tourist attractions of Batumi, the Georgian cuisine and the Keda Wine Cellars were in the spotlight of the camera. Millions of viewers will watch the TV …

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