Economy
21 October, 2014
21 October, 2014
The “poorest” of them makes around 550 million dollars a day. This is 23 million dollars per hour.

When compiling rating lists of world’s richest companies, the main measuring criteria is how much they make per year.
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20 October, 2014
20 October, 2014
The Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development, Vice Premier Giorgi Kvirikashvili has said, there is a very big imbalance between populations living in cities and regions
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16 October, 2014
16 October, 2014
Temur Sepiashvili, originally Tamir Sapir, a Jewish emigrant from Georgia used to be among the world’s richest people. He died less than a month ago and we will try
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16 October, 2014
16 October, 2014
“After the power shift in 2012, the new government headed by Ivanishvili’s political party Georgian Dream pledged to reform the securities regulation and make it more regulated
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09 October, 2014
09 October, 2014
Regular flights between Georgia and Russia were halted in 2008 after the August war. Charter flights resumed in 2010 with Airzena, Sibir and Ural Airlines handling the charter flights.
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09 October, 2014
09 October, 2014
A new draft law on Georgian postal communication implies the creation of statutory monopoly of the market while it provides no reasonable economic benefit.
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02 October, 2014
02 October, 2014
Georgia must tailor its energy policy to the refreshed international focus on cleaner energy policy. This trend took a new and bigger start at the recent UN Summit
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02 October, 2014
02 October, 2014
Five leading oil product importer and distributor companies make up 95 percent of Georgian market. These include the Azeri state-based Socar, Wissol importing
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02 October, 2014
02 October, 2014
From the 1st of September, the customs duty was lifted on cars imported from the EU, in accordance with the Association Agreement and Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement.
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