Editorial

The FINANCIAL -- Cars have long ago become a basic marker of social achievement for the Georgian population. This assumption can be confirmed with statistical data: according to Geostat, in 2016 there were 1,100,000 registered cars in Georgia; more than a half of which - namely 60.9% - are passenger vehicles. These cars are owned by 40% of the Georgian population. The growth trend has been ...

The FINANCIAL -- Less than six years ago, in 2010 the worldwide known tourist guide Lonely Plant attributed to Georgia a title of top world destination. Afterwards, the US influential newspaper New ...

The FINANCIAL -- Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and those around him have been quick to blame the country’s foiled coup on what they say is a “shadow state” seeking to overthrow the ...

The FINANCIAL -- The Georgian economy continues to grow, but the trend remains unstable because the base underpinning the expansion is still narrow. According to our estimates, the 1H GDP increase ...

Over the last 15 years, Georgia has undertaken drastic reforms in various sectors with some of these reforms becoming a beacon of changefor our neighbors. The most notable example has been the ...

The FINANCIAL -- Georgia, often referred to as the transit country with potential to become the logistics hub for the Caucasus region, has all the geographical predispositions to fulfil this role. ...

The FINANCIAL -- On 25 June 2016, on air on Rustavi 2, United National Movement member, Mikheil Machavariani, stated:  “The amount of unpaid bank loans is GEL 355 million. This means that people ...

The FINANCIAL -- During his speech at the session of the Tbilisi City Council, the Mayor of Tbilisi, Davit Narmania, accused the United National Movement of using flawed practice and stated that the ...