Issue 6, 2016. December-January

 

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 from ...
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GEORGIA'S NEW CABINET

Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili has replaced three ministers and named Economy Minister Dmitri Kumsishvili as the new Finance Minister.
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EXPLAINER: HOW DOES THE EU AGREEMENT AFFECT CUSTOMS?

Deloitte Georgia's customs expert Bondo Bolkvadze outlines what reforms under the EU-Georgia Association AGreement mean for day-...
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TBILISI SET FOR NEW RAILWAY BYPASS BY 2018

A plan to move the central railway line from the middle of Tbilisi has resumed after a three-year suspension. The new route will free 78 ...
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BILLIONS TO BE INVESTED IN INFRASTRUCTURE: UPDATE

A detailed breakdown of the investment the Georgian government plans to make in the country's infrastructure. The plans include ...
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CONSTRUCTION AND CARS: THE VIEW FROM TBILISI CITY HALL

Deputy Tbilisi Mayor Irakli Lekvinadze spoke with Investor.ge about City Hall's projects and plans intended to eliminate traffic problems in Tbilisi.
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CONSUMER SPENDING IN GEORGIA: THE POWER OF CONFIDENCE

More shops and more shopping - Investor.ge looks into Georgians' increased spending and the potential power of consumer confidence.
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WILL AIRBNB AND OTHERS BRING DISRUPTION TO GEORGIA?

Airbnb and similar services have found a niche in Tbilisi, where the number of tourists has challenged the hospitality industry.
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THE OFFICE OF THE FUTURE: THE RISE OF CO-WORKING IN GEORGIA

Working at home can be lonely, which is one reason co-working spaces are booming - a trend that is now also gaining foothold in Georgia.
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RUSSIA SET TO RETURN GEORGIAN FILMS

After years of negotiations, Moscow has agreed to send Georgia the original films, cartoons and animations that have been kept in the Russian archive since 1937.
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SHOPPING AGHMASHENEBELI

Aghmashenebeli Avenue is the star of two major reconstruction projects, under both the previous and current administrations. A historic boulevard in central Tbilisi on the left side of ...
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