Issue 5, 2015. October-November

 

EXPLAINER: THE NATIONAL BANK OF GEORGIA'S FINANCIAL SUPERVISORY COUNCIL

On September 21, the Parliament appointed the head of the new supervisory council for the ...
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A FOREIGN EDUCATION AT HOME: SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY OPENS ITS DOORS FOR BUSINESS

Georgia is prioritizing science and engineering education. To attract local talent, the ...
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HAVING FUN AND STAYING SAFE IN GEORGIA'S MAJESTIC MOUNTAINS

Iconic Russian poet Alexander Pushkin once called Georgia "the fabulous land." It's difficult to argue with him. The Caucasus ...
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SVANETI PREPARES FOR OVER 4,000 SKIERS AT TETNULDI RESORT

A two-year development project in Georgia's western, mountainous region of Svaneti is paving the way for the government-built Tetnuldi ...
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KPMG: CHEMICAL INDUSTRY RIPE FOR INVESTMENT

Following the signing of the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement with the European Union, the Georgian government is ...
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CHINESE INVESTMENT IN GEORGIA: THE START OF A BEAUTIFUL FRIENDSHIP?

Trade and investment ties between China and Georgia are growing, based on Georgia's strategic location and its attractive trade ...
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MEET CROWDFUNDING, GEORGIA'S NEWEST ANGEL INVESTOR

Crowdfunding is gaining popularity in Georgia, taking the place of ad hoc campaigns to raise emergency assistance.
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TAPPING INTO THE BUSINESS END OF TOURISM: GEORGIA PLANS FOR A CONVENTION BUREAU

Georgia, especially the capital Tbilisi, is hosting an increasing number of international ...
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CHECKING ON THE ROAD MAP FOR REFORM OF GEORGIA'S MONEY MARKETS

A 2015 study has found the Georgian economy could benefit from developing the corporate bonds market.
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RHEA'S SQUIRRELS: BREAKING BREAD AND BREAKING STEREOTYPES

A small cafe near the Tbilisi Funicular at the foot of Mtatsminda Mountain in Tbilisi, Rhea's Squirrels, is breaking new ground by tackling ...
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BUILDING AN INCLUSIVE GEORGIA

From spice production to tour agencies, Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF)and the Swedish government have supported a number of initiatives to help people with disabilities ...
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