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New Enterprise Opens in Gremi Village

New Enterprise Opens in Gremi Village

A new enterprise, Saradjishvili Distillery, opens under the United Agro Project. Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili visited today this new enterprise, equipped with modern technology, in the village of Gremi. Giorgi Kvirikashvili expressed hope that the newly established enterprise will soon roll out top-quality products in the local market, and …

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New Enterprise Producing the Fruit Spirits is Opened in Agara

New Enterprise Producing the Fruit Spirits is Opened in Agara

New enterprise producing the fruit spirits is opened in Agara. An investment in an amount of 4.5 million USD utilized to establish new enterprise was established under the umbrella of the Preferential Agro Credit Programme. Factory equipped with modern Italian devices purchases non-standard fruit and manufactures 86-proof spirits.  According to the …

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Racha-produced Dry Products to Go to Exports Markets

Racha-produced Dry Products to Go to Exports Markets

The so-called dry products produced in the Racha Region will be exported to Germany. GeoFlower company produces dry roots of codling, bilberry, thorn, liquorice, wild pear, mandarin’s dry fruit. A major part of the products is exported to Germany. The enterprise of GeoFlower opened in the Racha Region in 2010. …

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Green Tea Agura Exported in Mongolia

Green Tea Agura Exported in Mongolia

The company “Emir“, based on Adjara is exporting high quality Georgian tea to the Mongolian market. Agricultural Projects Management Agency publishes information about another successful entrepreneur, who managed to expand the production by taking agro-credit that is one of state programs. Levan Okropiridze is one of those who benefited from agro-credit program …

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German Company to Participate in Agro-credit Program

German Company to Participate in Agro-credit Program

German company CAPAROL will participate in the preferential agro-credit program. According to the company’s Director David Shengelia, the program envisages the allocation of loans for construction materials.  Shengelia says that due to high interest rates in the country’s banking system, the company has not taken any loan in Georgia. He notes when the company needs funds, it  always gets …

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