Issue 5, 2014. October-November

 

GETTING MORE BANG FROM THE REMITTANCE BUCK

Remittances are an important part of the Georgian economy but they are largely ignored by policy makers and researchers. Dollars ...
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CAREFUL ANALYSIS, PLANNING NEEDED TO MAKE MOST OF TRADE DEAL

As Georgia works to simultaneously attract investors and implement EU-approved trade regulations, the United States and the ...
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A NEW PLAN OF ACTION FOR GEORGIAN AGRICULTURE

Investor.ge's Heather Yundt interviewed Agriculture Minister Otar Danelia about the government's new action plan to bring ...
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IRAKLI MARGVELASHVILI: NEW PRESCRIPTION RULES WILL USHER IN HIGHER STANDARDS FOR MEDICINE

On September 1, the Georgian government launched a new policy on pharmaceutical ...
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GOVERNMENT, PRIVATE SECTOR WORKING TO ADDRESS CONCERNS OVER PROPOSED POSTAL LAW

The Georgian Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Affairs is working on a law that ...
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ENABLING THE LIGHTS TO BURN BRIGHT: GEORGIAN ELECTRICITY SECTOR TACKLES ISSUES OF QUANTITY AND QUALITY

It has been years since Georgia faced regular blackouts. But when the lights went off around ...
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STRICTER VISA RULES DISAPPOINT FOREIGNERS, TRIGGER ECONOMIC CONCERNS

Georgia's new immigration laws are creating havoc for foreign nationals living in the ...
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FROM FIERCE MAIDAN TO NEW GLOBAL ORDER

Central Kyiv is looking less sad now, months after the Euromaidan Revolution, when unimaginable violence occurred as the ...
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THE SOUTH CAUCASUS: REGIONAL DIVISION AND DIVERGENCE

Richard Giragosian is the director of the Regional Studies Center
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TBILISI, THE CAUCASUS MUSE

For centuries, Tbilisi - and the rest of the country - has served as a muse for foreigners. From Pushkin to Dumas, Tbilisi has been a gateway to the exotic. Russian writers and poets used ...
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