Issue 2, 2015. April-May

 

INVESTMENT NEWS

A short summary of major business and investment news as published in the media and on official websites.
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GEORGIA CREATING TEN- YEAR "CULTURE STRATEGY"

The Georgian Ministry of Culture is working together with all levels of government, civil society, religious groups, and political parties ...
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GEORGIA PRIORITIZES STEM DEGREES TO ACCELERATE ECONOMIC GROWTH

The country's labor market gap is well documenteD. A new government push for STEM education - science, technology, engineering ...
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GEORGIA'S IT GENERATION

Young Georgians are pushing their generation to innovate and create, using technology to give life to a new era of Georgian scientists and inventors.
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GEORGIA PLANS FOR A NEW, PRIVATE PENSION SYSTEM

With fewer births and a growing number of pensioners, the Georgian social pension system - and the country's budget - is facing a ...
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PRINCIPLES OF GEORGIAN PENSION SYSTEM-TIMING FOR SHIFTING THE PARADIGM

Georgia's current pension system is operating, for the most part, on a pay-as-you-go ... basis. Under the PAYG system, the payment of ...
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WASTE NOT, WANT NOT: A NEW CAMPAIGN, INITIATIVES PROMOTE BETTER WASTE MANAGEMENT FOR GEORGIA

It's no secret that Georgia has a waste management problem: too much littering, ...
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RECYCLING, SORTING THE FIRST STEP TO BETTER WASTE MANAGEMENT

Researcher at Policy and Management Consulting Group (PMCG)
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LET TOURISTS ARRIVE AND GEORGIA THRIVE!

The contribution of tourism to world gross domestic product (GDP) is just 3%, and the economies of countries where tourism ...
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HOW CAN GEORGIA IMPROVE?

It is not news that many counties build their economy and economic strategy mainly on tourism. The hospitality sector plays a huge role in a country's further development. From ...
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CAN 2015 BE GEORGIAN CUISINE'S BREAKOUT YEAR?

Jenny Holm investigates what Georgia is doing to build its reputation as a paradise for food and wine tourism. 2015 has been a great year ...
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REWOVEN: SAVING THE ART OF WEAVING AZERI RUGS IN GEORGIA

American Ryan Smith is working with women in Georgia's minority Azeri community to save the ancient tradition of Azeri rug weaving.
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THE ARTIST FROM SVANETI: GURAM KHETSURIANI

Artist Guram Khetsuriani draws from his family's historic home in iconic Svaneti to create masterpieces of line and color. His talent ...
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WINGS FOR LIFE 2015 KAKHETI

On May 3, the eastern Georgian region of Kakheti will be one of the locations for the international Wings for Life World Run. This will be Georgia's second year as a location for runners; ...
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