Issue 5, 2016. October-November

 

INVESTMENT NEWS

Investor.ge provides a brief update on investments and changes in government policy that could impact the business environment. The information in this issue was taken ...
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MCA GRANTS, BUSINESS COMMUNITY TO SPEND OVER $19 MILLION ON VOCATIONAL EDUCATION

The Industry-led Skills and Workforce Development Project of the Millennium ...
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GEORGIA REACHING NEW EU MARKETS TWO YEARS AFTER EU TRADE DEAL

The Georgian business community and government are celebrating modest achievements two years into the country's ...
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TBC BANK CONSOLIDATES POSITION IN LONDON, AT HOME

In September, TBC Bank upgraded to the premium segment on the London Stock Exchange and announced its plans to buy out ...
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GEORGIA'S EXTERNAL DEBT: AN ANALYSIS

Economist Aleqsandre Bluashvili maps out Georgia's external debt, including the higher risk short term liabilities (19 percent of the total external debt) and the role of dollarization.
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NEW CHANGES SHAKE UP ACCOUNTING PROFESSION IN GEORGIA

From June 2016 onward, a new law closely approximating EU legislation requirements is highly regulating the accounting and ...
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START-UP GEORGIA: GOVERNMENT FUNDING INNOVATION

Over 700 entrepreneurs and investors from around the country - and abroad - competed for government financing and the chance to ...
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CONNECTING THE CAUCASUS: THE TRANSCAUCASIAN TRAIL ASSOCIATION

A new project seeks to build hiking trails from the Black Sea to the Caspian Sea.
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DOING GEORGIA RIGHT EVEN ON A BUDGET

Georgia is attracting a growing number of travelers who are using technology and word-of-month to see the country's wonders on a ...
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SHOPPING SABURTALO

Saburtalo is an oft-maligned residential neighborhood in central Tbilisi, regularly cursed for its traffic and plethora of Soviet-era apartment blocks. But the area is more than just a conduit ...
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UNCOVERING THE ANCIENT SECRETS OF GRAKLIANI HILL

A finding at an archeology dig east of Tbilisi has completely changed the history of the Georgian alphabet.
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