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Head of IMF Mission’s Visit to Georgia

Head of IMF Mission’s Visit to Georgia

Head of the International Monetary Fund Mission, Mercedes Vera-Martin, is conducting a visit to Georgia. As part of the visit, she has already held a meeting with Finance Minister Nodar Khaduri. According to the Ministry, the two sides discussed issues regarding IMF’s cooperation with Georgia, the existing economic situation in Georgia …

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UN Anti-Tobacco Meeting Seeks to Ban High-Ranking Government Officials

UN Anti-Tobacco Meeting Seeks to Ban High-Ranking Government Officials

In just over three months’ time, the world’s global health establishment will descend upon New Delhi to consider new tobacco taxes and regulations that will impact nearly every country in the world. But delegates representing dozens of countries may be banned from participating by the United Nations (UN), according to …

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Georgia to Collect Information on Manufacturers of Green Technologies

Georgia will collect information on manufacturers of green technologies. The project will be implemented by the environment information and education center to create database on manufacturers of green technology products and developers of green services. The center urges companies that are engaged in manufacturing environment-friendly products, services and using green …

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Startup Georgia State Program Underway

Startup Georgia State Program Underway

On June 17 the Startup Georgia state program came into action as part of the four-clause plan of reforms developed by the Government of Georgia. Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili  will introduce the program to the society at the Technology Park at 14 o’clock. Dimitri Qumsishvili, First Vice Prime Minister …

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Georgian Central Banker Seeks to Renew Trust as Easing Continues

Georgian Central Banker Seeks to Renew Trust as Easing Continues

Georgia’s new central bank governor said he’ll repair public confidence in the regulator following bruising confrontations with the government, as he indicated that interest rates will continue to fall. The monetary authority “lost some credibility” due to a “quite turbulent 2015” amid clashes between the government and his predecessor over …

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IMF Mission Starts Meeting in Georgia from Tomorrow

IMF Mission Starts Meeting in Georgia from Tomorrow

IMF mission starts working in Georgia from May 11. The mission is headed by Mark Griffiths. The meetings are planned with the representatives of the government and NBG. Representatives of the Fund will remain in Georgia until May 25. IMF mission must estimate the economic condition. Georgia has to achieve agreements …

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PASHA Bank to Sponsor “Innovations and Digital Economy” Forum

PASHA Bank to Sponsor “Innovations and Digital Economy” Sorum

PASHA Bank supported “Innovations and Digital Economy” business forum hosted by Technopark on April 8th, 2016. Georgian companies presented their latest successful projects to the audience. PASHA Bank, one of the sponsors of the forum, provides corporate and investment banking services to large and medium-sized enterprises in the region. The …

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The Government Works on the Employment Model of Students

The Government Works on the Employment Model of Students

The MP has sign out professional education from the plan of 4-paragraph government reform. According to Kvirikashvili, creation of professional education system oriented on the labor market is a primary task. He recalled the international researches, which indicates to the hampering factor of economic development and unqualified working forces. “The …

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