Issue 1, 2019. February-March

 

INVESTMENT NEWS

Investor.ge provides a brief update on investments and changes in government policy that could impact the business environment. The information in this issue was taken from agenda.ge, a government- supported website, and other sources.
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GOVERNMENT PLANS TO PRIVATIZE POSTAL SERVICE

Economy Minister Giorgi Kobulia announced the intention to privatize the postal service last year. Today, few details are available, and it is unclear when the privatization sale will take place or under what conditions.
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THE DOCTOR IS IN: GEORGIA'S UNTAPPED POTENTIAL AS A MEDICAL TOURISM DESTINATION

Georgia is attracting a record number of tourists, but more needs to be done to raise awareness of its nascent medical tourism sector.
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THE PENSION REFORM AND ITS IMPLICATIONS

The Law on Contributory Pension significantly influences both individuals and businesses and, like most newly enacted legislation, has given rise to a number of practical issues.
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GEORGIA'S WINE COUNTRY PREPARES FOR CLIMATE CHANGE

Extreme weather, including rising temperatures, can feel like a distant threat for temperate Georgia. But studies show that wine-growing regions, including Kakheti and Racha, are at risk.
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FROM DAVOS WITH LOVE: FOREIGN INVESTORS INTERESTED IN GEORGIA

Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze leaves Davos with pledges of interest from several prominent international companies.
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PROFESSIONAL GARDENING BLOSSOMS IN GEORGIA

The Patriarch's love of flowers, coupled with the generosity of Georgian emigres, has helped develop a professional cadre of landscapers and gardeners in Georgia.
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FROM ABKHAZIA TO DESTINATION 'SUCCESS'

Investor.ge celebrates entrepreneurship-and in this issue journalist Tatjana Montik spotlights three Georgian entrepreneurs who have overcome tremendous hardship to create successful businesses in the country.
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WHAT TO DO THIS WINTER

A Cultural Calendar of Events, Performances, Exhibitions and Festivals in Georgia
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AMCHAM MEMBERS SUPPORT THE COMMUNITY

Corporate Social Responsibility is a core value for AmCham Georgia and its members, who work diligently to help Georgian society in a variety of ways.
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