Issue 3, 2017. June-July

 

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 ...
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AFTER EU VISA LIBERALIZATION: GEORGIA'S NEXT STEPS

Georgia's visa-free regime with the EU went into effect in March 28. Even as the country celebrates this milestone, Georgian officials have been ...
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U.S. BANS AID TO COUNTRIES RECOGNIZING GEORGIA'S SEPARATISTS

U.S. President Donald Trump signed the Consolidated Appropriations Act for 2017 in May, including a new clause that bans the ...
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GEORGIA: AN "ISLAND" OF DEMOCRACY AND ECONOMIC LIBERTY IN THE CAUCASUS

Georgia's commitment to reforms is well documented. The country has made progress in most areas, including indicators of ...
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CAN EMIGRATION BOOST DEVELOPMENT?

Recent empirical findings in Georgia.
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GEORGIA SEEKS A NEW GENERATION OF SCIENTISTS

The Georgian government is eager to reboot the country's scientific community, which suffered from brain drain and a lack of funding in the ...
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THE AVANT-GARDE OF TECHNOLOGY AND ART: GEORGIANS REDEFINE DIGITAL MARKETING

A few months ago, a Dutch tourist traveling to Georgia was treated to an incredible surprise: ...
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FROM OPEN MARKETS TO ONLINE BAZAARS: TBILISI'S EVOLVING RETAIL MARKET

In the last decade, the Georgian capital has witnessed a notable growth of modern ...
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KUTAISI: BUILDING A NEW FUTURE FOR GEORGIA'S SECOND CITY

A new, fast train and international-brand hotel are driving home a city's ambitions to rebrand as a regional center for tourism.
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FAKE NEWS IN GEORGIA: THE GOVERNMENT'S PLAN TO TACKLE RUSSIAN SOFT POWER

The government has officially recognized Russian soft power as a major security threat. ...
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FINDING A NICHE AMONG THE KHACHAPURI: THE SUCCESS OF FOREIGN FAST FOOD IN GEORGIA

In a country where local cuisine is a matter of national pride, one might expect that ...
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GEORGIAN BALLET, YESTERDAY AND TODAY

Those who have lived in Georgia even for a short while will surely have noticed how artistic and expressive the Georgian people are. For instance, it is hardly possible to experience a ...
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