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Tashir Pizza Russian Network of Pizzeria to Enter Georgia

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Tashir Pizza, the Russian brand of pizzerias, plans to launch operation in Georgia. The network will open its first facility at the East Point complex on March 5. The company plans to unveil 30 pizzerias in Georgia in the future, including 15 ones in Tbilisi and 15 ones in other …

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Georgia As One of The Most Cheapest Country

Georgia As One of The Most Cheapest Country

The international agency GoBankingRates, published the rank of the most cheapest countries throughout the world. The agency has ranked 112 countries in terms of the cheapest ones being Georgia as the 29th place. The authors relied on the main 4 components in the process of composing the ranking list. Those …

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EU Parliament wants deeper economic co-op with Azerbaijan

EU Parliament wants deeper economic co-op with Azerbaijan

The relations between the EU and Azerbaijan must be absolutely better and more concrete, especially in economic sphere, European Parliament Vice-President Ryszard Czarnecki told Trend Feb. 15. “We should improve relations between the EU and Azerbaijan and the EU member countries and Azerbaijan,” he said. “Role of Azerbaijan in Europe’s …

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Georgia to Become Gas Exporter to Europe

Georgia to Become Gas Exporter to Europe

Georgia will become a gas exporter in the next five years, said Steve Nicandros, chairman and chief executive officer of the International Oil and Gas Company Frontera Resources, which is engaged in the exploration and production of hydrocarbons in the Black Sea region. He made remarks at the Atlantic Council …

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Rosneft is Expanding its Business in South Caucasus

After Georgia, Russian energy company Rosneft plans to make a large investment in Armenia. Turns out that the Russian energy giant recently acquired Armenia’s network of gas stations “Petrol Markets.” The deal cost 40 million dollars to Rosneft. The company owns a network of gas stations and oil production base …

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Armenia-Russia Trade Has Shrunk by 14,3% in Seven Months 

The volume of external trade between Armenia and Russia during the January-July period constituted $653,5 million, which is 14,3% less compared to the same period of last year, News Armenia reports. It is worth noting that the trade with Russia represents 24,6% of Armenia’s total external trade.  Export from Armenia …

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Armenia Lowers Cognac Production, Steps Up Wine Instead

Armenia Lowers Cognac Production, Steps Up Wine Instead

Armenia, the country that prides itself in its cognac as the historic and national product, has lowered its production to 7,740 thousand liters in the January-June of 2015. This amount is 11,6% less than the quantity produced during the same period of last year.  In the meantime, production of wine …

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Armenia Violates Ceasefire With Azerbaijan Over 175 Times in One Day

Over the past 24 hours, the Armenian military, using mortars and large-caliber machine guns, 176 times violated ceasefire on various parts of the contact line of Azerbaijani and Armenian troops, Azerbaijan’s Defense Ministry said August 26. Armenian armed forces, stationed in Paravakar village of the Ijevan district of Armenia, opened …

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Armenians Prefer to Vacation in Georgia in July

Armenians prefer to vacation in Georgia. According to Georgia’s Ministry of Internal Affairs data, 181,000 citizens of Armenia visited Georgia in July. This figure is by 11,9% more compared to the same period of last year. Azerbaijan occupies the second place, with 160,200 having visited Georgia, 7,9% more compared to …

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Iran Chamber of Commerce to Hold an Export Exhibition in Yerevan

Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (ICCIMA) announced its intention to hold the 7th Export Exhibition at Yerevan Exhibition Center in Armenia. The exhibition will be organized and sponsored by Iran-Armenia Joint Commerce Chamber from October 8-11. Concurrent with Armenia’s Pan Armenian Expo 2015, the exhibition’s purpose stated by ICCIMA …

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Armenia Violates Ceasefire with Azerbaijan over 75 Times within 24 Hours

Armenian armed forces have broken the ceasefire with Azerbaijan 77 times in numerous positions in the last 24 hours, said Azerbaijani Defense Ministry. Armenian armed forces located on the nameless heights of Armenia’s Ijevan district, opened fire at the positions of Azerbaijani armed forces located on the nameless heights of …

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Riots in Armenia Continue

Some 10,000 protesters rallied in the Armenian capital yesterday, defying police threats to forcefully break up the demonstration against the government’s controversial move to hike electricity prices. Protesters, who for a second week blocked the capital Yerevan’s main thoroughfare, refused to disperse despite a police ultimatum and President Serzh Sarkisian’s …

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