Your Guest Is My Guest, or Why Tourism Is Not a Zero-Sum Game

The share of “transit tourists” (those who continue from Georgia to a neigbor country) in the total is not very high...

Georgian Wine Industry: Implications of a Russian Embargo

Russia has certain economic leverage over Georgia, as last year Georgian exports to Russia accounted...

Never Waste a Good Crisis

Achieving economic independence from Russia will be costly in the short-term...

Trade Deficit Shrinks, as Exports, Tourism & Remittances Show Strong Growth

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

Biggest Book Museum in Caucasus to Open in Georgia

According to the website ipress.ge the National Library of Georgia will be opened for the next year...

Police Bust Border Hoppers with Baby in Trunk

Police have arrested four people at the Georgia-Turkey border for attempting to illegally cross the Georgian border...

Caucasian Cheese Festival Begins October 10th

This October Tbilisi will host the “Caucasian Cheese” festival for 2015...

New UN Sustainable Development Agenda Set to Change the World

Aiming to formally adopt an ambitious new sustainable development agenda, more than 150 world leaders are expected to attend...

Panorama Protest Continues as SAVE Weighs in

Leading British and international heritage organisations have sent a letter to the Georgian President...

Putin Promises Further Assistance to Tskhinvali Marionette Regime

President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin...

Tbilisi Ex-Mayor Supported Internationally

Chairman of the European Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee Elmar Brok...

Georgia Record Historic World Cup Triumph Against Tonga

In front of a capacity crowd in Kingsholm, Gloucester, Georgia registered...

Tbilisi to Host Night of Photography

Tbilisi will host the “Night of Photography” on 26th September...

Georgian Among 10 Oldest Languages Still Spoken in the World Today

Lani Seelinger of theculturetrip.com has compiled a list of the ten oldest languages still spoken in the world today. Georgian features at number nine...