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Why Georgian Companies Lose Road Infrastructure Deals

The tendency over the past few years prove that Georgian road construction companies have been losing  road infrastructure deals, and key motorways are entrusted to foreign companies, while several years ago Georgian companies were participating in, winning and implementing major and important projects. However, starting in 2013, an intensified inflow …

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Public Parking to be Arranged in Kobi in 2019

This year the Ministry of Infrastructure plans to arrange public parking in Kobi. The Minister of Infrastructure Maia Tskitishvili stated about it at the economic conference. “Parking in Kobi will be arranged to serve guests in Gudauri and people coming from the North.  This will prevent the transport collapse that happens during …

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Asian Development Bank to Finance 700 Million USD of new projects

Experts Mull Urban Development in Baku

Vice Premier, Minister of Regional Development and Infrastructure Maia Tskitishvili spoke about the new project of ADB,  which will launch this year and move to a more active phase in 2020. The project covers Zugdidi and Mestia, Telavi, Akhmeta, Tusheti and Tbilisi sites with the funding amounted to 700 million …

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5 Million Spent on Electricity Works in Bakhmaro

According to the Minister of Regional Development and Infrastructure Maia Tskitishvili, the government has a general plan for development of Bakhmaro, which gives resort opportunity to have one concept. “Electricity supply is underway in Bakhmaro. Also, this year will be announced the tender of water supply projects and supposedly we …

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Rikoti Pass Project Postponed to 2022

The Rikoti Pass project’s implementation has been postponed to 2022, Maia Tskitishvili, the nominee for the position of Minister of Infrastructure noted during her speech before the Parliament. The project deadlines have been revised by several years, she added. “The Rikoti project will be implemented in four lots. The Rikoti …

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