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Levan Kalandadze Appointed As Deputy Business Ombudsman

Levan Kalandadze

Economic expert Levan Kalandadze has been appointed as an assistant to Business Ombudsman. Levan Kalandze has worked in nongovernmental sector for many years. In various years he has worked as deputy chairman of Georgian Tax Department, first deputy chairman of Georgian State Supervisory Service, deputy head of Tbilisi Bureau of …

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Small Business Preferences and Available Risks

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New tax preferences for small business sector will come into force on July 1. The government’s initiative calls for cutting the turnover tax for small business  5 times. As a result, companies with 500 000 GEL turnover will move to the category of small business. This initiative announced by Prime …

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Investments Year in Review

‘’According to the data of three quarters of 2017, direct foreign investments in Georgia amounted to 1.4 billion USD, which is quite positive, considering the existing investment environment and trends in the region. It is important that growth is stable compared to previous periods and maintaining this trend is absolutely …

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Deficient Market May Provoke Manufacturers to Trade in Smuggled Tobacco Products

Continued Tobacco Market Deficiency May Attract Unregistered Tobacco Products, economic expert Levan Kalandadze noted. “Ignoring this issue may generate certain problems between the state and business sectors, as well as among the business companies within the sector. The confrontation may touch exclusive rights for distributing this or that branded tobacco …

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Competition Agency Intends to Examine Flour and Pharmacy Markets

The Competition Agency has revealed the presence of cartel agreements on the Georgian fuel market and fined five largest oil companies 55 million GEL. According to the expert, the next markets the Agency will examine will probably be flour and pharmaceutical markets. “In regard to the oil companies, we are …

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