In Big Men Georgians Trust!

While we don’t trust each other and people who are supposed to represent us...

First Predictions: Georgia’s Real GDP Expected to Grow by 4.4% in 2019

ISET-PI has updated its forecast of Georgia’s real GDP growth rate for the first and second quarters of 2019...

What Do We Need So Many (Standard) Exams For?

A professional violinist by training, Keti Kipshidze is probably one of the best guitar teachers in Tbilisi...

We Don't Need No Regulation: On Georgia’s Dairy and Livestock Sector

Dairy production in Georgia is a hot topic right now. Over the last couple of years...

EU Positively Assesses Georgia’s Work within GSP+

The European Union (EU) has positively assessed Georgia’s work...

Georgia ‘Mostly Free’ in Index of Economic Freedom

Georgia has been listed as a ‘mostly free’ country in the Index...

W Hotels Construction to Start in Tbilisi

Development company RED-Co plans to build a W Hotels brand hotel...

Chinese Investors Plan Ferroalloy Plant in Kutaisi

An unnamed Chinese company plans to build a ferroalloy plant in Georgia’s Kutaisi free industrial zone...

New 20 and 50 Georgian Lari Banknotes Released

The National Bank of Georgia released 20 and 50 Georgian lari banknotes into circulation Monday, according to the bank’s official Web site...

Second Democratic and Economic International Forum Opens in Tbilisi

Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili on Monday opened the second annual International Forum...

Georgian Peacekeepers Warn of Blackmail from Central African Locals

Georgian daily Kviris Palitra published Monday an interview with an unnamed Georgian peacekeeper...

Oscar Nominated Tangerines Wins Spain’s Best European Film Award

Georgian wartime drama ‘Tangerines’ took home the prize for Best European...

ICC Proceeds with S. Ossetia War Crimes Investigation

International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecutor Fatou Bensouda stated to Georgian television that the court...

Georgian Government to Boost Tourist Numbers

Members of the government and representatives of the lucrative tourism trade discussed Friday current prospects...