Issue 4, 2012. August-September

 

TWENTY BILLION LARI IN FOUR YEARS: THE GOVERNMENT'S NEW ECONOMIC PROGRAM

On June 4, Prime Minister Vano Merabishvili outlined the government's new four year ...
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GIORGI PERTAIA: $4 BILLION IN FDI IN FOUR YEARS

Investor.ge spoke with Giorgi Pertaia, the newly appointed head of the Georgian National Investment Agency, about his transition from ...
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IRAN SANCTIONS: A CHEAT SHEET FOR BUSINESS

Investor.ge asked John Ashworth, the deputy chief of political and economic affairs and senior economic/commercial officer at the ...
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FIVE QUESTIONS WITH... NINO ZAMBAKHIDZE

Nino Zambakhidze is the owner of Georgian Business Zone (GBZ), a dairy processing plant and a mixed fodder producing factory in ...
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TAX COURT: AN EASIER WAY TO REGULATE TAX CLAIMS

Kakha Kokhreidze, the Vice President of the Georgian Small and Medium Enterprises Association (GSMEA), analyzes the tax ...
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BUSINESS OPTIMISM AND RESULTING DECISION MAKING

Around the world, the year 2012 started with businesses confidence on a knife edge. Now, six months into the year, there is a glimmer of ...
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GEORGIA'S WORKFORCE GOING LOCAL

International organizations are phasing out foreign hires, replacing them with locals - a sign that Georgia's local talent pool is improving. But for the trend to take hold, experts say ...
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BIG SPORTS, BIG EVENTS, BIG PROFITS?

Sports are big business, and, so the logic goes, sporting events attract big business: countries and cities across the globe - not to mention businesses - invest billions in sporting ...
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KUTAISI AIRPORT, THE TIP OF THE TOURIST BOOM?

Georgian officials say that discount flights to Kutaisi will be a boom to the local economy and Georgian tourism in general when the ...
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GET AWAY! WHERE TO GO ON THE WEEKEND

Whether you are short on money or short on time, Georgia has plenty to see and do on the weekend, from adventure tourism to wine ...
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TEN THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT...AGHMASHENEBELI AVENUE

In the race to see Georgia, there is a tendency to forget Tbilisi. Despite popular opinion, the capital is more than just Vake, Vera, ...
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