Economy
26 June, 2014
26 June, 2014
When the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA) agreement between Georgia and the European Union takes effect, doors to one of the largest markets in the world will open for Georgian entrepreneurs
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26 June, 2014
26 June, 2014
It has been almost two months since our neighbor Azerbaijan banned the import of old cars: from now on, only cars that meet the “Euro-4” ecological standard and were manufactured in 2005
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26 June, 2014
26 June, 2014
Last week the beginning of the gas extraction works in the village of Iormughanlo of the Sagarejo region was marked with much fanfare. Extraction and distribution of gas from the deposit
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19 June, 2014
19 June, 2014
Georgia may lose the current trade benefits when the Eurasian Union made of Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus will enter into effect next year.
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12 June, 2014
12 June, 2014
Produce in Georgia, a program initiated by the government on June 1st, neglects startup businesses, which mark the economic progress of any country and bring on innovation and creativity. This kills competition and new initiatives, and hinders middle-class development – the foundation of a democratic society.
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12 June, 2014
12 June, 2014
The Kremlin-initiated Eurasian Union is expected to give the Georgian-Armenian car trade a cold shoulder in favor of Russian cars. This will hit the Georgian car export and deprive the Armenian consumer of a cheaper alternative.
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10 June, 2014
10 June, 2014
In a few days all details regarding the music project “Gamarjoba” that will be held in Anaklia will become known.
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06 June, 2014
06 June, 2014
Georgian car dealers do not think this information is trustworthy…

There is discussion going on in Armenia on establishing certain leniencies when it comes to car importing.
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05 June, 2014
05 June, 2014
While leasing is one of the most comfortable and cheap solutions for small business all over the world, it still is below par due to a low awareness and high prices in Georgia. The lack of regulation and poor management skills are the reason for this, some analysts say.
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