Daily Archives: May 3, 2018

Georgia will Host Cultural Routes Annual Forum in 2021

TBILISI(BPI)- Georgia will host the Cultural Routes European Forum in 2021 -this  decision was adopted at Governing Board Bureau of the Enlarged Partial Agreement (EPA) on Cultural Routes in Luxembourg several days ago. As Prime Minister of Georgia Giorgi Kvirikashvili stated at today’s session, up to 300 invited guests from 32 member countries will attend the forum. Head of the government believes this forum is very ...

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Georgia is Set to Sign Free Trade Agreement with Hong Kong

TBILISI(BPI)- Georgia is set  to sign a free trade agreement with Hong Kong, India and Israel, Marika Gabunia, the head of Department for Foreign Trade and International Economic Relations of the Ministry of  Economy and Sustainable Development , says in air of the radio Commersant. “Talks on free trade have already been completed with Hong Kong and the agreement will be signed on June 28th. It  is likely to ...

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Georgia’s Finance Minister Met ADB President

TBILISI(BPI)- Minister of Finance Mamuka Bakhtadze and President of Asian Development Bank (ADB) Takehiko Nakao, discussed the issues of successful cooperation between Georgia and the Asian Development Bank at the meeting held on the sidelines of the Annual Meeting of the ADB Board of Governors in the city of Manila, – InterPressNews was informed by the Ministry of Finance of ...

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Azerbaijan is the largest supplier of diesel fuel in Georgia

TBILISI(BPI)- According to the Union of Oil Products Importers, in 2017 the import of diesel fuel in Georgia amounted to 563,2 thousand tons. Azerbaijan accounts for the largest share of the total deliveries – 197,6 thousand tons or 35.1% followed by Turkmenistan – 149,0 thousand tons or 26.4%, Romania – 79,0 thousand tons or 14.0%, Russia – 72,6 thousand tons ...

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Partnership Fund to Implement Tourism Development Projects in Racha Region

TBILISI(BPI)- Partnership Fund of Georgia plans to develop tourism potential in Racha Region. The Fund plans to implement several projects in the Region in cooperation with the private sector, Giorgi Danelia, the Partnership Fund’s investment department director, told BM.GE. “We have selected 3 interesting projects for Racha Region – at Shaori, Shovi and Utsera. At this stage, we are working ...

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GINO Green City Corporation to Build Eco City at Tbilisi Sea

TBILISI(BPI)-GINO Green City Corporation plans to build an eco city at Tbilisi Sea. GINO Group and Partnership Fund have already signed several documents. Eco Green city project calls for developing Tbilisi Sea territory. The project’s investment value is 700 million EUR. The biggest project of GINO Group calls for building an ecologically clean city along Tbilisi Sea. By 2030 Tbilisi ...

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Keys to Financial Management – Training for Women in Business in Batumi

TBILISI(BPI)- Georgian women entrepreneurs have until 10 May to apply for a four-day training seminar on the keys to financial management, organised within the EU-supported Women in Business programme, which is part of the EU4Business initiative. The seminar will be organised in the city of Batumi on 17-18 May and 31 May-1 June and will aim to improve participants’ understanding ...

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New Terminal to Triple Kutaisi Airport Passenger Turnover

TBILISI(BPI)- “The new terminal will triple the Kutaisi Airport’s capabilities. Today, the airport handles about 300 passengers an hour, and the new terminal will enable to increase turnover to 1,000-1,100 passengers an hour. Today, 450 persons work at the airport, and the new terminal will enable the airport to employ more citizens,” Minister of the Economy Dimitri Kumsishvili said, after ...

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