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Trading Space Opens for Georgian Products in Belarus

The Center of Georgian Culture will open in Minsk, the capital city of Belarus, where Georgian products will be sold. The Government of Georgia will spend 600 000 USD on repairing and equipping the building, which will be managed by Georgian Natural Products, subsidiary of Partnership Fund of Georgia. This …

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Tbilisi to Host Georgia-Belarus Business Forum

On March, 2018 the Georgia-Belarus business forum will open at Courtyard Marriott hotel in Tbilisi. The forum is organized by Georgian and Belarus Chambers of Commerce and Industry. The Belarus business delegation has arrived in Georgia as part of the Belarus President’s visit. Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of …

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To Catch up and Surpass Belarus

According to IMF Forecast, by 2022 Georgia will Go Richer of Albania and Bosnia and Catch up Belarus. According to International Monetary Fund (IMF), Georgia’s GDP per capita will exceed 4.123 USD in 2017. As a result, for the first time in the 21st century, Georgia will move to the …

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Real Estate Trends in Belarus in 2017

EEA Real Estate Forum & Project Awards 2017 — the Forum and the Award for projects in the real estate to countries of Eastern Europe which is going to be held on November 23 in Kyiv, Ukraine. CBW had an interview with one of the speakers of forum Mr.Andrey Aleshkin …

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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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Belarus Supermarket Chain Bulbash Opened in Tbilisi

Belarus food supermarket chain ”Bulbash” opened in Tbilisi. The director of LTD Valley Plus, Pavle Gogotishvili states, that they decided to open ecologically healthy, Belarus bio product markets. Bulbash is represented with two branches at this stage. As he says at commersant, it is planned to open around 10 stores …

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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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Perspectives of Georgian Wine Export to Belarus

 The head of National Wine Agency, Giorgi Samanishvili met an ambassador of Republic of Belarus, Mikhail Miatlikov. The chairman of National Intellectual Property Center Sakpatenti, Nikoloz Gogiladze and representatives of ministry of Agriculture attended the meeting. The participants of the meetings discussed the perspectives of increasing export of Georgian wine …

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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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Belarus Is Emerging as the Silicon Valley of Eastern Europe

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Belarus is run by a former collective-farm manager and is known for manufacturing tractors. Now, the former Soviet republic wants to be known as the Silicon Valley of Eastern Europe. The nation of 9.5 million people sandwiched between Russia and Poland has a well-educated population and relatively low labor costs. And …

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