Issue 6, 2018. 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 agenda.ge, a government- supported website, and other sources.
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U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISOR JOHN BOLTON'S LIGHTNING TOUR OF GEORGIA

U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton visited the South Caucasus in late October in a whirlwind tour of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia.
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INNOVATORS AND DISRUPTORS: IDEAS TO BRING CHANGE

Georgian entrepreneurs are pushing the country's development forward. This column is about how Georgia's best and brightest are challenging the limits of technology and the market to create the businesses that will change our lives today and shape our future.
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INVESTOR SPOTLIGHT: CULTIVATING THE CULTURE OF GOLF

Investor.ge recently spoke to Tbilisi Hills' Oleg Ossinovski about bringing the culture of golf to Tbilisi.
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GEORGIA RISES TO 6TH PLACE IN DOING BUSINESS REPORT

Georgia jumped forward three places in the annual Doing Business Report, which ranks 190 economies based on 11 different criteria.
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GEORGIAN REFORMS INSPIRING CHANGES IN COUNTRIES NEAR AND FAR

Georgia's success at implementing reforms quickly has helped motivate countries across the region and around the world. Investor.ge spoke to consultants and international development experts about how Georgia's experience is helping others.
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HEADING INTO THE PENSION REFORM: WHAT TO EXPECT

Georgia is gearing up to implement its new pension reform in January 2019. Investor.ge's Sally White provides an overview of what to expect, whom it will impact and what the government expects to achieve.
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NEW PROJECTS TO EXPAND SUSTAINABLE TOURISM IN GEORGIA

From renovated caves to eco-friendly lodging, Georgia is looking for ways to turn its growing tourism industry into a sustainable boom of tourism for the country's natural parks and historic sites.
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A MAKEOVER FIT FOR A DUKE

Plans to renovate the Romanov Palace in Likani, near Borjomi, were presented in October by the Partnership Fund, which is financing the project.
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AMCHAM GEORGIA: TWO DECADES AS A VOICE FOR BUSINESS AND A LEADER FOR CHANGE

In 1998, when AmCham Georgia was founded, Georgia was seven years into its reestablished independence.
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AMCHAM GEORGIA PRESIDENT REFLECTS ON CHAMBER'S EVOLVING ROLE FOR BUSINESS, COUNTRY

AmCham Georgia President Michael Cowgill has been in Georgia for over two decades. He reflects on his ten years as an officer on AmCham Georgia's board and on the Chamber's changing role in the country.
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AMCHAM GEORGIA LOOKING FORWARD: A NEW ERA OF REFORM

Investor.ge speaks with AmCham Georgia Executive Director George Welton about the role of the Chamber in the business community and the organization's plans for the future.
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NIKO PIROSMANI IN VIENNA: A "BRIDGE" TO GEORGIAN CULTURE

One of the world's most famous art museums, Albertina, located in Vienna, has been displaying 29 works of the Georgian artist Niko Pirosmani since October 26. This exhibition, which is running under the title "Niko Pirosmani.
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