Real GDP Growth Expected to Reach 4.6%

ISET-PI has updated its forecast of Georgia’s real GDP growth rate for the fourth quarter of 2018...

The Importance of This Year’s Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences

This year has plagued a number of countries with tremendous natural disasters...

Israel Inspires Georgian Politicians. For All the Wrong Reasons

Four years after rising to power in 1977, Israel’s Likud party was about to be dealt a major...

October: Average Hotel Prices in Georgia & Hotel Price Index

In Georgia, the average cost of a room1 in a 3-star hotel was 139 GEL per night in October 2018...

Georgia’s Bakhtadze Meets Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus

The sides pointed out that trade volume has increased...

Georgian FM Meets NATO Secretary General

Zalkaliani assessed the meeting as extremely positive...

Politician, Author Nika Rurua Dies

Nika Rurua died at home in Vera this afternoon following a heart complication...

Georgia Has Second Highest Increase in Prison Population in Europe 2005 - 2015

On 4 December, The Council of Europe has released a report “Prisons in Europe 2005 - 2015” including a country profile on the Georgian prison system...

Presidential Inauguration Could Take Place in Poti

The inauguration of the new president of Georgia, Salome Zurabishvili...

Stoltenberg Congratulates Zurabishvili on Winning Presidential Race

NATO had not sent observers to Georgia to monitor elections...

Margvelashvili Welcomes Zurabishvili to Presidential Palace

President personally congratulated Zurabishvili on her victory ...

Under Zurabishvili, Relations with Russia Will Remain Unchanged

With the presidential elections now over, it was fascinating to see how many rhetorical twists...

Bringing Georgia’s Realities in Line with its Euro-Atlantic Dreams

To be able to join the West’s military and political structures, Georgia has to upgrade itself...

Georgia’s President-Elect Sees No Sense in Negotiating with Russia at Present

In an interview with Reuters on Saturday, Zurabishvili stated Russia was an “occupying power”...