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Electricity Market Watch

GALT & TAGGART The generation of deregulated HPPs already posted a significant increase in Dec-16 (+27.5% y/y)...

Price and Prejudice on the Georgian Market for Cigarettes

It is a truth universally acknowledged that cigarettes are bad for human health. Yet whenever the government...

The First 100 Days of the Georgian Dream Gov’t: A Reality Check

On February 22, the Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) presented its latest report...

Dechert OnPoint: Georgia & the Energy Charter Treaty

The 1994 Energy Charter Treaty (“ECT”) was ratified by Georgia on 22 February 1995...

S. Ossetia’s KGB Reports Arrest of 6th Georgian Citizen in February

Georgia’s breakaway region South Ossetia claims a 31 year-old Georgian man was arrested...

Tbilisi to Open Cheese Museum

A cheese museum will open in Tbilisi later this year, according to cheese researcher and museum curator, Ana Mikadze-Chikvaidze...

Tbilisi to Develop Bicycle Lanes

Georgia’s Urban Management and Development Group is working on a plan to create a network of bike lanes in Tbilisi...

Ex-EU Integration Minister, Opposition Leader Petriashvili Shot

 Georgia’s former EU Integration Minister and a leader of the opposition...

Europe Visa Liberalization Recommendation Expected Next Week

The European Commission will present its recommendation on Georgia’s visa-liberalization regime...

Georgia's Solidarity Fund Presents Project and Future Plans List

The Solidarity Fund, a governmental agency for socially vulnerable people in Georgia, provided resources worth 7.9 million lari...

Georgian Author’s Book “Memphis” Presented to Italy

Memphis, a book by Teona Dolenjashvili, was published in 2008. This year, the book was translated into Italian....

Child Brides, Child Mothers

After delivery Nargiz, lying in the room of a maternity house...

Helping the IDPs: One Student’s Story

Every child has the right to be protected from harm...