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Regional Position Paper was issued in the framework of East Invest 2

EU4Business Launches New Web Portal

EU4Business community of the Eastern Partnership (EaP) have come together to highlight the importance of the ongoing transformative process of Eastern partnership countries’ economies into market-driven economies, which generates both challenges and opportunities. We hereby convey to you, the Governments of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine, the European Union …

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Armenia and Georgia set to Expand Bilateral Trade

Armenia and Georgia set to Expand Bilateral Trade

The commerce and industry chambers of Armenia and Georgia signed today a memorandum on cooperation in Yerevan in the presence of the ministers of economy of both countries. Speaking to reporters, Martin Sargsyan, the head of the Armenian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, said the volume of commodity exchange between …

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Georgia On My Mind – Where Beauty Meets Business

Georgia is a beautiful country, blessed with a favourable location at the crossroads between Western Asia and Eastern Europe. Bordering Armenia, Azerbaijan, Russia and Turkey and with access to the sea, Georgia has good transportation links with the entire region and beyond, and it enjoys a free trade agreement with …

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Georgians Will Learn to Create Drones with the EU’s Assitnace

Georgians Will Learn to Create Drones with the EU’s Assitnace

Drone project began in Georgia, Armenia, Moldova and Belarus. Accoridng to the portal Digital Report, the project is carried out within the Eastern Partnership of the EU. European specalists will teach thier colleagues new technologies and creation of unmanned aerial vehicles. The project is for 3 years, a total of …

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Factsheets: ‘EU NEIGHBOURS east’ Annual Survey 2016 – GEORGIA

Factsheets: 'EU NEIGHBOURS east' Annual Survey 2016 - GEORGIA

This series of factsheets presents selected findings from the ‘EU NEIGHBOURS east’ Annual Survey 2016 – GEORGIA (1st wave conducted between April and June 2016). The factsheets focus on three main areas of the survey: Perceptions of the European Union Awareness and Effectiveness of EU Financial Support Sources of Information …

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Hydrolea Considers Leaving Georgia due to Complication of Market Forecasting

Hydrolea Considers Leaving Georgia due to Complication of Market Forecasting

The investor is not excluding leaving of Georgia due to the complication of energy market and tariff policy forecasting. Radoslav Dudolenski, executive director of “Hydrolea” has declared on the review of investment policy at the business conference held within the frame MEETING ROOM of “PASHA Bank”.  noted on the investment …

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Armenia-Georgia Trade Relations: Getting close or Distant?

PMC Research together with the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation (KAS), hosted a presentation and public discussion of the research findings “Armenia-Georgia Trade Relations: Getting close or distant?”. Armenia’s decision to join the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) exempted traders from union member countries from paying value added tax (VAT) and excise tax, thus putting …

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Armenian Economy in Crisis Needs Rapid Change, New Premier Warns

Armenian Economy in Crisis Needs Rapid Change, New Premier Warns

Armenia’s new prime minister has what he believes is a vote-winning message before parliamentary elections in May: The economy’s in terrible shape and he’s the man to fix it. The impoverished ex-Soviet republic needs “profound change,’’ Karen Karapetyan, who took office in September, said in an interview in the capital, …

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Uncorking the Caucasus: Wines from Turkey, Armenia, and Georgia

In May 2015 – after four years of deliberating and planning together – Charine Tan and Dr Matthew Horkey sold almost all of their possessions, dropped the comfort and security of their lucrative careers, and left Singapore to travel around the world with a dream of building a location-independent business …

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