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Georgia-Hong Kong Free Trade Agreement Becomes Effective
Georgia-Hong Kong Free Trade Agreement Becomes Effective
Free Trade Agreement between Georgia and Hong Kong became effective from February 13 this year. Georgia-Hong Kong Free Trade Agreement was signed on June 28, 2018, in Hong Kong within the framework of the One Belt- One Road summit. The purpose (...)
Caucasus Business Week - 15 February 2019
TBC Bank Chair And Deputy Chair Asked To Resign From Unit By Regulator
TBC Bank Chair And Deputy Chair Asked To Resign From Unit By Regulator
TBC Bank received a letter from National Bank of Georgia (NBG) with the request that the head of the supervisory board and deputy head of the supervisory board leave the board membership within two months. The regulator’s request is related to (...)
Caucasus Business Week - 15 February 2019
Where to go in Tbilisi on Valentines Day
Where to go in Tbilisi on Valentines Day
There are several romantic places near or in Tbilisi to go to this Valentine’s Day and surprise your partner with that perfect date. The city is brimming with some splendid attractions, which have perfect romantic setting. Here are top things to (...)
Caucasus Business Week - 14 February 2019
Georgia’s New History in 30-Year Biography (Part II)
Georgia’s New History in 30-Year Biography (Part II)
The stories that ARCI company has passed through reflect the 30-year history of Georgia. These stories are full of admiration, bravery, doubts, fear, risks, devotion, misery, feeling of despair and achievements – ARCI has turned 30. Architect Gia (...)
Caucasus Business Week - 14 February 2019
28 Schools to be Built and 83 Rehabilitated Throughout Idea
28 Schools to be Built and 83 Rehabilitated Throughout Idea
As Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze stated at the briefing before today’s Government meeting, 28 schools will be built and 83 will be rehabilitated throughout Georgia. The project involves 50 million GEL worth of work. The work will be (...)
Caucasus Business Week - 14 February 2019
Average Wages of Employees Citizens in Georgia
Average Wages of Employees Citizens in Georgia
Average monthly salary of 46% of employees in Georgia is below 400 GEL, while 1% of Georgian citizens receive more than 8 333 GEL salary a month. According to the digital information system of Revenue Service of Georgia, salary declarations were (...)
Caucasus Business Week - 14 February 2019
Georgia to Use Blockchain in Public Sector on Wider Level
Georgia to Use Blockchain in Public Sector on Wider Level
Prime Minister of Georgia, Mamuka Bakhtadze speaks about the necessity of integrating blockchain in public services on a wider level. National Agency of Public Registry of the Ministry of Justice of Georgia started using blockchain in its (...)
Caucasus Business Week - 14 February 2019
Russia Considers to Cut-Off Internet
Russia Considers to Cut-Off Internet
Russia is considering whether to disconnect from the global internet briefly, as part of a test of its cyber-defences. The test will mean data passing between Russian citizens and organisations stays inside the nation rather than being routed (...)
Caucasus Business Week - 14 February 2019
Visa-Free Agreement on ID Card Travel Between Ukraine and Georgia to Come into Force on March (...)
Visa-Free Agreement on ID Card Travel Between Ukraine and Georgia to Come into Force on March (...)
Georgia and Ukraine have agreed to provide their citizens the opportunity to travel between the two countries without a passport, only using ID-cards that contain a contactless electronic carrier. The agreement will be effective from March 1, (...)
Caucasus Business Week - 14 February 2019
Georgia’s New History in 30-year Biography of ARCI
Georgia’s New History in 30-year Biography of ARCI
The stories that ARCI company has passed through reflect the 30-year history of Georgia. These stories are full of admiration, bravery, doubts, fear, risks, devotion, misery, feeling of despair and achievements – ARCI has turned 30. Architect Gia (...)
Caucasus Business Week - 13 February 2019
BetLive Turnover Exceeds 277 million GEL
BetLive Turnover Exceeds 277 million GEL
Annual revenues of the gambling business in Georgia exceeds 4 billion GEL. Major representatives of the mentioned field started publishing their financial reports. According to the annual report by DayDream Universal Georgia (Betlive), the (...)
Caucasus Business Week - 13 February 2019
Why Change Is Long Overdue For Women In The Workplace
Why Change Is Long Overdue For Women In The Workplace
Change for women in the workplace is happening, says Marian Salzman. But more needs to be done. I have just been to a talk in Davos on female leadership and, darn, I’m saddened about the real challenge’s women face. There may be more female (...)
Caucasus Business Week - 13 February 2019
Polish Gembiak-Mikstacki Plans to Make Investments in Georgia
Polish Gembiak-Mikstacki Plans to Make Investments in Georgia
The mentioned information was released at the business forum in Poland. The Doing Business in Georgia forum was held in the city of Poznan on February 12. The event was organized by Foreign Ministry of Georgia, Georgian Embassy in Poland and the (...)
Caucasus Business Week - 13 February 2019
Three Companies Interested to Purchase Georgian Post
Three Companies Interested to Purchase Georgian Post
Three companies are interested in acquisition of Post of Georgia, the company director general Levan Chikvaidze told BM.Ge. The value of Georgian Post will be specified by the audit, Chikvaidze said. “there are several interested auditors. There (...)
Caucasus Business Week - 13 February 2019
French Luxury Bakery Ladurée Opened in Tbilisi
French Luxury Bakery Ladurée Opened in Tbilisi
Georgian customers will have the opportunity to enjoy French taste in “Ladurée” restaurant since February 2019, on Abashidze street # 21a. Along with pastry and confectionery, “Ladurée” will present French cuisine. Together with Georgian cuisine, (...)
Caucasus Business Week - 13 February 2019
Georgian International Insurance Conference Takes Place in Tbilisi
Georgian International Insurance Conference Takes Place in Tbilisi
Georgian International Insurance Conference, the most important event on the Georgian market dedicated to insurance and reinsurance, and a top-level platform for the exchange of business insights to take place in Tbilisi. It aims to involve all (...)
Caucasus Business Week - 13 February 2019
GALT & TAGGART Forecats $3,6 Billion Income from Tourism Sector
GALT & TAGGART Forecats $3,6 Billion Income from Tourism Sector
According to GALT & TAGGART’s prediction, Georgia’s income from tourism will amount to $ 3.6 billion in 2019. Head of GALT & TAGGART Research Department Eva Bochorishvili stated about it during his “business morning”. “GALT & TAGGART (...)
Caucasus Business Week - 13 February 2019
Georgia’s Annual Income Per Capita Increased
Georgia’s Annual Income Per Capita Increased
Georgia ranked the 8th in the world by the revenue growth per capital within the last 20 years (1998 – 2018) but despite this, Georgia is still a low-income country. Both circumstances are interesting, the 1st – how we turned out on the 8th place (...)
Caucasus Business Week - 13 February 2019
Niko Pirosmani – Wanderer Between Worlds Exhibition to open at Van Gogh Museum
Niko Pirosmani – Wanderer Between Worlds Exhibition to open at Van Gogh Museum
The exhibition Niko Pirosmani – Wanderer between Worlds brings together almost thirty paintings by the Georgian artist (1862–1918) presenting a real and fantastical panorama, suffused with great calm, of an epoch in the midst of transition. (...)
Caucasus Business Week - 13 February 2019
Where and What Volume – Georgia-Armenia Power Potential and Perspectives
Where and What Volume – Georgia-Armenia Power Potential and Perspectives
According to general estimations, energy resources are the form of capital that primarily determines both the political and economic independence of a country. Everybody agrees that the efficient employment of energy resources is a necessary (...)
Caucasus Business Week - 13 February 2019
Georgia’s Ranking Improved by 2 Positions in Best European Countries for Business 2019
Georgia’s Ranking Improved by 2 Positions in Best European Countries for Business 2019
European Chamber published the list of the Best European Countries for Business 2019, which illustrated that Georgia has improved its position by 2 places and from the 18th place of 2018 it moved to the 16th position among the European (...)
Caucasus Business Week - 13 February 2019



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