Issue 5, 2011. October-November

 

INVESTMENTS IN BRIEF

From hydro to real estate, Bollywood to ski resorts, Investor.ge reports on the latest developments in investment opportunities.
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INVESTMENT WATCH: HYDRO INVESTMENT IN GEORGIA

Investor.ge is expanding its coverage of investment and business opportunities. Analyst Aleqsandre Bluashvili reports on new deals...
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GEORGIA PRIMING TO IPO SHARES IN RAILWAY, PIPELINES

Government privatization is on the agenda again, although now the government seems to be considering share offerings as a means...
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GEORGIA GOES PUBLIC

More Georgian companies list on International exchanges
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LIBERTY ACT: PUTTING THE "BURDEN OF PROOF" ON THE GOVERNMENT

The Georgian parliament passed the government's controversial Liberty Act in July. Among other things, the new law changes...
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SUPERSIZE MARKETS: GEORGIAN GROCERY CHAINS COMPETE FOR NEW DEMAND

Georgian shoppers - especially in Tbilisi - are no stranger to the supermarket phenomena as supermarket chains expand into ...
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BUSINESSES INVESTING IN THE COMMUNITY

Responsible business practices are paving their way into the modern Georgian corporate culture. Case studies of prominent local and ...
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PAY IT FORWARD: CORPORATE STRATEGIES HELP BUILD STRONG BUSINESS AND STRONG COMMUNITIES

From banking to energy, education to transportation, companies from sectors...
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IT: A NEW FRONTIER FOR INVESTORS

Investor.ge continues its series of sector overviews to provide background, summaries and analysis of priority industries for investors in the Georgian economy. This is the first of ...
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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY VIRTUAL ZONE - FAVORABLE TAX REGIME FOR IT COMPANIES

Georgia, like many small countries, is striving to carve a position in the market of ...
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GEORGIA: MOVING TOWARDS A FREE TRADE AREA WITH EUROPE

The European Union and Georgia have been engaged in an ambitious process for more than eighteen months towards achieving a ...
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TOURISM: GOVERNMENT PAVES THE WAY, PRIVATE INITIATIVE MUST FOLLOW

Georgia has come a long way to recapture its reputation as a tourism destination. With new infrastructure, big events and fresh ...
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HELPING THE STRAYS OF TBILISI

For locals and foreigners who have lived in Georgia for a number of years, the sight of stray dogs wandering around is a familiar one. For the most part people are indifferent towards...
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BIOGRAPHY OF MR. STEPHEN HAYKIN, MISSION DIRECTOR, USAID

Stephen Haykin serves as the Mission Director for the U.S. Agency for International Developmentā€™s (USAID) programs in Georgia. ...
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