The FINANCIAL -- A total amount of GEL 15 million will be spent on renovating parks and squares, planting trees and greening Tbilisi this year by the Ecology and Greenery Department of Tbilisi City ...

The FINANCIAL -- Georgia, led by its capital Tbilisi, might soon be one of the world’s biggest consumers of coffee. Average coffee consumption per capita rose to 1.67 kg in 2013, up from 1.53 kg in ...

The FINANCIAL -- m2 has issued the first USD-denominated corporate bonds in Georgia. The initiative will enable the company to receive an alternative source of financing. At the same time bondholders ...

The FINANCIAL -- “According to statistics on migration, more than one million citizens of Georgia are currently outside the country,” Adeline Braux, Researcher at the French Institute of ...

The FINANCIAL -- Georgia hosted 1,006,267 international travellers during the first three months of 2014, up from 935,358 during the first quarter of 2013. The number has shown growth of 70,909 ...

The FINANCIAL -- Building new open-air, caged enclosures for the lions, jaguars and penguins are among the up-coming plans of Tbilisi Zoo. A new primatorium will also be built. Tbilisi Zoo is waiting ...

The FINANCIAL -- ProCredit Bank Georgia is continuing its efforts to establish a sustainable approach to energy efficiency and the environment. Within this framework, the Bank has implemented ...

The FINANCIAL -- Leader Cement, a new company in the cement industry, has entered into technical partnership with French company Lafarge, world leader in building materials, specializing in cement, ...

The FINANCIAL -- There is an unprecedented boom happening in the hospitality industry in emerging markets worldwide, including Georgia, according to Jeffrey Catrett from the Institut Paul Bocuse, for ...

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