Issue 6, 2014. December-January

 

INVESTMENT NEWS

A Short Summary of Major Investment News as Published in The Media and on Official Websites.
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KAKHA BENDUKIDZE: BUILDING A LEGACY FOR THE NEXT GENERATION

Investor.ge spoke with Vato Lejava, the chancellor of the Free University of Tbilisi and one of Kakha Bendukidze's close associates ...
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THE NEXT FRONTIER - DEVELOPING THE GEORGIAN WORK FORCE

The Georgian job market operates in a strange dichotomy. There are not enough jobs - but simultaneously there arealso not enough ...
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HIGHER EDUCATION IN GEORGIA: ROOM FOR GROWTH

A measure of country's overall development has always been the educational level of its society. In Georgia, despite the fact that more than ...
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TBILISI MAYOR DAVIT NARMANIA: THE CAPITAL IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS

Tbilisi's new mayor has a message for investors: the city in open for business.
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TBILISI'S TRAFFIC NIGHTMARE: A PERFECT STORM OF PLANNING, POLLUTION AND POPULAR CULTURE

The fact that traffic in the capital is getting worse is not news to anyone who lives in the city ...
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THE FUTURE OF OLD TBILISI

The capital's historic district is facing a myriad of problems, not the least of which is the lack of a clear strategy for its future - or the legal basis for residents to advocate for its preservation.
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THE ECONOMICS OF PRESERVATION

Investor.ge spoke with two specialists in preservation as part of the series of experts invited to Georgia within the Cultural Heritage a Universal Value Pilot Project from the US ...
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DEVELOPING TBILISI'S SUBURBS

Tbilisi's outlaying neighborhoods and adjacent villages are primed for a major shift from Soviet-apartment block planning to posh new residences and businesses.
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A BETTER TBILISI

There are a multitude of problems facing Tbilisi - there is traffic, unemployment, overcrowding, diminishing green space, increased pollution...the list is long and, while probably...
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IF YOU BUILD IT, THEY WILL COME: NEW ROAD PROJECTS KEY TO INVESTMENT OUTSIDE OF THE CAPITAL

Georgia has its best investment climate to date. In November, Standard & Poor's Rating ...
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GEORGIAN DESIGNER GEORGE SHAGHASHVILI: A COLOR-RICH LOVE AFFAIR

Helena Bedwell spoke with Georgian designer George Shaghashvili about his love of color and his second career success.
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