Issue 1, 2013. February-March

 

2012-2016 BUDGET PRIORITIES

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ISET - LEADING GDP INDICATOR FOR GEORGIA

ISET Leading GDP Indicator for Georgia provides current-quarter and one-quarter-ahead GDP forecasts for those who need to make business ...
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GROWING DEMAND FOR PRIVATE EDUCATION BUILDING NEW SCHOOLS

With more parents seeking an alternative to public schools for their children, the market for private education is booming. While there was ...
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TBILISI'S GROWING COFFEE CRAVING

From the traditional tiny cups of Turkish coffee to caffè macchiato to go, the coffee business is booming in Tbilisi. Is there room for it to grow? And does that mean Starbucks is on its way?
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IF THE PARLIAMENT LEAVES, WITHER THEE KUTAISI?

Not much has changed in Kutaisi since the Georgian Parliament came to town. With Parliament now considering a move back to ...
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RELIEF FOR THE REAL ESTATE SECTOR

A rise in consumer confidence in the real estate sector and profitability has developers cautiously optimistic about 2013. But can they meet the market's real demands?
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CONSTRUCTION CODE: A WORK IN PROGRESS

For the past seven years, the Georgian government has been working with USAID on streamlining construction permits, creating ...
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FORECAST FOR HOUSING PRICES IN TBILISI? UP, UP AND UP

As part of Investor.ge's year-long look at the real estate sector, Lika Jorjoliani spoke with three prominent real estate brokers (makleri or ...
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SUPPLY, DEMAND, AND TOURISTS: A SNAPSHOT OF THE TBILISI HOTEL SECTOR

The 2012 GREMO report on the hotel and hospitality sector by Jones Lang LaSalle and IPM highlighted steady growth in occupancy rates ...
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CONTEMPORARY GEORGIAN ART: THE NEXT BIG THING?

Kote Sulaberidze discovered he was colour-blind aged 18, on the eve of his entry exam to the Tbilisi Arts Academy. Not ideal if you want to ...
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10 THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT... 1930s TBILISI

You have been to the National Museum, checked out the gracefully crumbling architecture on the side streets, and walked past the ancient wall ...
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