Issue 4, 2019. August-September

 

INVESTMENT NEWS

Investor.ge provides a brief update on investments and changes in government policy that could impact the business environment.
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GEORGIA EYES ENERGY REFORMS, RENEWABLES TO FILL GROWING DOMESTIC DEMAND

Electricity consumption in Georgia is expected to double by 2030, according to Galt & Taggart research. While generation capacity is growing in the country, it is not growing fast enough to match rising demand.
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175 MILLION LARI AND COUNTING: AN INTERVIEW WITH HEAD OF THE GEORGIAN PENSION AGENCY LEVAN SURGULADZE

Georgia's newly created Pension Agency has accumulated 175 million lari since January, when the new mandatory pension law went into effect.
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GREEN RESORT PROMISES $185-MILLION INVESTMENT IN BLACK SEA TOWN

A Czech-Slovak development group has announced a 500 million lari ($185 million) development project in Georgia's Black Sea resort town of Kobuleti.
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BATUMI AIMS TO CONTROL BUILDING BOOM WITH BETTER REGULATION

Soaring tourism in Georgia's glitzy, beachside town of Batumi has brought with it a construction boom.
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GEORGIAN WINE EXPANDS INTERNATIONAL REACH

Georgian wine brands are increasingly targeting new markets, leading to higher exports.
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GEORGIAN CHEESE GAINS MOMENTUM

Like Georgia's famous wine, the country has been making cheese for thousands of years.
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FROM BOLLYWOOD TO HOLLYWOOD: GEORGIA'S FUTURE AS A FILM LOCATION

Georgia hosted a delegation of Hollywood producers and cinematographers from April 28-May 1, part of the government's ongoing efforts to attract foreign filmmakers to the country.
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GEORGIA IS A COUNTRY ON THE UP

Georgia's growing economic and political proximity to the European Union means its dynamic private sector is of interest with increasing attention being paid to its key economic players [Advertisement, material provided by www.europeanbusinessreview.eu. Follow the link for more information]


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