Georgia Sees New Real-Estate Trends

After hitting an all-time high in JUN-17, the Georgian real property market slowed down in JUL-17 (-13.8% compared...

Does Georgia Need Highly Educated Workers?

A pleasant surprise awaited me on my first day as a student of Tbilisi State University’s Business and Economics Faculty...

Business Confidence Strengthens on Robust Sector Performance

Overall, the BCI gained 1.2 points compared to Q3 2017. Expectations in the private sector in Georgia declined by 10.9 percentage points...

Dechert: Lawful Owners vs Good Faith Purchasers

Dechert Georgia, through the contribution of partners Archil Giorgadze...

Strong Leader = Successful Team?!

The cooperative movement in Georgia started back in 2013 with EU support...

Tourism Market Watch

Sector research is one of the key directions of Galt & Taggart Research...

Female Painter’s Talent, a Tasteful Mix of Georgian Folk Traditions and Innovations

It is not possible to witness the rich palette of colors embodied in her dresses...

Kakhet-away

Last week’s list of possible future articles has grown and grown...

Medication Prices Decline, Stricter Quality Control Required

Nino Popkhadze, head of the NGO Healthcare Platform, talked...

Hospital Sector Development to Reduce Outflow of Patients to Foreign Hospitals

The Austrian company AlphaMedic has reached the final stage of the tender announced...

Honored for their Sacrifice: The Ulma Family Museum in Markowa

The Memorial Family Museum of tragically murdered Józef and Wiktoria...

Maidan Square and Sulfur Baths

Her scrawny little body can hardly be seen in the sulfur steam and her...

The Climate Challenge from a Georgian Perspective

Climate change is a reality we can no longer ignore. Many have observed unprecedented...

Ezo - Just Like Mom Makes!

With my fifth visit to Tbilisi under my belt, I’m inspired and encouraged by...

Ukraine in Desperate Need of Democracy

In November 2013 people started gathering on the main square of Kiev...

Serving the Eternal: Ogden on Church and Politics

Whenever the Patriarch sticks his oar into politics, it causes a mad scramble...