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The FINANCIAL -- The ongoing devaluation of the Georgian Lari is having an impact on Georgian businesses. As one of the leading Georgian food producers, Nikora is continuing to maintain its existing prices, by reducing its interest margin. However, if the exchange rate reaches GEL 2.50 to USD 1, then the company will be forced to revise its price policy, Nikora’s CEO has said. The company plans ...

The FINANCIAL -- Mastercard has placed Georgia in a leading position in terms of cashless payments compared to its other ‘Ukraine Cluster’ countries. Georgians’ addiction to innovation in ...

The FINANCIAL -- Art is digitized, forged and sold on a nebulous market. Eric Wolzenburg, head of art insurance at Allianz Germany, explains how to insure art pieces nevertheless, according to ...

The FINANCIAL -- First Deputy Managing Director David Lipton sat down with Shekhar Aiyar of the IMF’s European Department to discuss some of the key themes from the October 2016 Annual Meetings in ...

The FINANCIAL -- The trade and FDI volume of Sweden and overall Scandinavian countries to Georgia remains one of the lowest. Low awareness of Georgia in the Nordic states is one of the main reasons ...

The FINANCIAL -- Being as local as possible is a core principal for succeeding on foreign markets. Delivering values to the market you enter is considered another important factor. These are the ...

The FINANCIAL -- Quick reform of business regulations is required by Tajikistan in order to deal with external shocks that are undermining its economic growth prospects, the Asian Development Bank ...

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