Issue 1, 2015. February-March

 

ECONOMIC FREEDOM IN GEORGIA

An Overview of the 2014 Heritage Foundation Index
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EXPORTING GEORGIA'S MENTAL REVOLUTION

A generation of Georgian lawmakers made a name for themselves after the Rose Revolution-era reforms. Now Kyiv is eager to make use ...
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BP COUNTRY HEAD: GEORGIA IS OFF TO A "RUNNING START" ON SHAH DENIZ PROJECT

An interview with BP's country manager, Chris Schlueter, about the Shah Deniz project and ...
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MAKING SENSE OF FDI DYNAMICS

ISET looks at the numbers behind the FDI statistics.
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DCFTA: PROMISING GROWTH INSIGHTS FROM GRANT THORNTON'S INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS REPORT

In 2014 Georgia gained the opportunity to enter a market of 27 states with over 500 million ...
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KEEPING OUT THE COLD: TBILISIANS EMBRACE INSULATION, TENTATIVELY

For years the idea of insulating apartments and houses was alien to Georgia, where common wisdom held that cement walls meant that ...
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TAMING TBILISI'S TROUBLING HOMELESS CAT AND DOG PROBLEM

This is just one of the many delightful rescued dogs and puppies at the Dog Organization Georgia shelter, waiting to find their ...
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GEORGIAN BANKS SPIN OFF NON-BANKING BUSINESS

Georgian banks have a year to restructure and separate any non-banking business interests, according to a new decision by the ...
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PROCREDIT BANK FOCUSES ON SME SECTOR, SELLS PORTFOLIO TO TBC BANK

ProCredit Bank Georgia has left the microcredit business to focus on the SME sector. In November, it decided to sell its 39.3 million ...
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IMF'S AZIM SADIKOV: GEORGIAN LARI ADJUSTING TO MAJOR EXTERNAL SHOCKS

Investor.ge spoke with Azim Sadikov, the International Monetary Fund's representative in georgia, about the depreciation of the lari ...
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KPMG FINDS UNTAPPED POTENTIAL IN GEORGIA'S HOSPITALITY SECTOR

According to KPMG's annual analysis of the Georgian hospitality sector, demand for lodging accommodations still exceeds supply.
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PLAYING THE HOST: GEORGIA'S FIRST OLYMPICS AT HOME

Georgia is preparing for The European Youth Olympic Festival (EYOF)- the first post-Soviet country to host this biennial multi-sport event.
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GEORGIA VIA FOOD, TRADITION AND COWS

Investor.ge has asked U.S.-based food blogger Jenny Holm to write about her adventures exploring the tangy and tantalizing changes in Georgian cuisine, as chefs and amateur ...
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A NEW STRATEGY FOR TOURISM

The Georgian National Tourism Administration, the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development and the World Bank are working together on a new national strategy that ...
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NANA JANELIDZE: "ALL FLOWERS GROW FROM A DIRTY EARTH"

An interview with the director of the Georgian National Film Center, Nana Janelidze, about the new wave of international success for ...
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ENGLISH SPELLING COMPETITION BRINGS 44 OF GEORGIA'S BEST AND BRIGHTEST STUDENTS TO TBILISI FOR A NATIONAL COMPETITION!

On March 28th and 29th, the National ...
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