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Top 10 Safest Countries To Live In The World

Top 10 Safest Countries To Live In The World

Every single person dreams to find the safest place to live in the world, since natural disasters, terrorism, robberies and massacres made our planet a hell place to live. It is hard to find a country that satisfies all the criteria in everyone’s mind while declaring a country as a safest country in the world. […]

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Ukrainian journalists get to know Georgian wine tourism

Ukrainian journalists get to know Georgian wine tourism

To get to know potential of Wine tourist, Ukrainian journalists are visiting Georgia. Promoting by USAID and Georgian National Tourism Agency, they will check out different companies of Wine production, Family Cellars, Chateaus and etc. from 15 till 22 June. Purpose of this visit is to make video-stories and articles about Georgian wine tourism. Besides […]

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WinExpo Georgia 2014

The 7 th International Wine and Spirits Fair – WinExpo Georgia 2014 to be held from 6 to 8 June 2014 in Tbilisi. Winexpo Georgia – the only international Wine and Spirits Fair in Georgia and in the whole Caucasus Region, presenting full range of wine industry, products and services. So it’s a unique chance […]

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Rough Guides Top 10 Countries for 2014

Georgia is currently untouched by mass tourism, but things are changing, so go now to enjoy the unspoiled hiking in the Caucasus mountains, the historic taverns of Tbilisi, the Black Sea resort of Batumi and the gorgeous old towns of Svaneti and Kazbegi. Visiting is easier than ever before; citizens of all EU countries, Australia, […]

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Georgia’s Foreign Trade in Q1’14

Georgia’s Foreign Trade in Q1’14

Georgia’s foreign trade increased 18% year-to-year in the first three months of 2014 to USD 2.52 billion with the trade gap increasing 11.5% y/y to USD 1.13 billion, according to the state statistics office Geostat. Exports increased 23% y/y to USD 696 million in January-March, 2014 and imports increased 16% y/y to USD 1.82 billion. […]

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Gov’t invests 46m GEL to bolster domestic production

Gov’t invests 46m GEL to bolster domestic production

The Georgian Government plans to stimulate domestic production and develop production-oriented industries through a new state program named Produce in Georgia. Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili, who initiated the program, presented his plan to Government members and business representatives on May 19. In his address, Garibashvili said Georgia had “great potential” to produce various products by […]

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Georgia-EU will sign Association Agreement on June 27

Georgia-EU will sign Association Agreement on June 27

The date has been set when Georgia will sign the Association Agreement (AA) with the European Union (EU). The president of the European Council invited Georgia to sign the important document on June 27. European Council president Herman Van Rompuy said the signing of the agreement would see the EU, a 28-nation bloc, enter a new historical […]

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Airport of Mestia is on the list of ten most beautiful airports in the world

Airport of Mestia is on the list of ten most beautiful airports in the world

Most airports are purely functional, but these are architectural wonders. BBC’s Jonathan Glancey shows where flying becomes a work of art. Georgian Queen Tamar Airport of Mestia is on the list of ten most beautiful airports in the world along with the airports of Hong Kong, Uruguay, Venice, California, Scotland, Japan, France, Saudi Arabia and Jeddah.  […]

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Wine – top export product to Russia

Wine – top export product to Russia

The top five exported commodities to Russia last year were wine (30%), mineral water (18%), ferro-alloys (7%), electricity (6%) and citruses (4%). In particular, wine had the highest share in total export to Russia. Hvino News, based on data from Russia’s Customs Service, reported yesterday that Georgia had become the third largest wine importer to Russia, outrunning Spain […]

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Tbilisi International Airport Listed Among the Best Airports in Eastern Europe

Tbilisi International Airport Listed Among the Best Airports in Eastern Europe

At the Skytrax World Airport Awards, a prestigious award in the field, hosted in Barcelona, Tbilisi International Airport was named among the best airports in Eastern Europe. “We are happy that under the operation of TAV Georgia, Tbilisi International Airport has turned into one of the most important hubs in Eastern Europe in a very […]

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Batumi McDonald’s: World’s Best Commercial Building 2014

Batumi McDonald’s: World’s Best Commercial Building 2014

Batumi McDonald’s is the world’s best commercial building for the 2014 year. The restaurant, designed by Harvard-graduate and Georgian architect Giorgi Khmaladze, was named Building of the Year in the Commercial Architecture category in an international competition by world architecture firm Arch Daily. Results were announced today on the firm’s website archdaily.com The website showcased 3,500 projects […]

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Development Plan of Georgian Mountain Resort Gudauri

Development Plan of Georgian Mountain Resort Gudauri

Tbilisi City Hall launched the implementation of the Development Project of Georgian Mountain Resort GUDAURI aimed at its popularization and boosting investment potential there. As a result, the number of tourists in GUDAURI will increase significantly, new job places will be created and consequently the income rate of the local population will be raised. The […]

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Statistics

2010 Survey of International Travellers at National Borders of Georgia 2010-2011 7 months Arrivals of non-resident visitors by country of citizenship 9 months Statistics of International Travellers – 2010 Arrivals of non-resident visitors at national borders of Georgia by country of citizenship 2000-2010

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Head of National Tourism Agency reports about employment

Head of National Tourism Agency reports about employment

Head of National Tourism Agency Maia Sidamonidze reported about employment indices and achievements in tourism sector. The rate of employment in tourism sector in 2011 increased by 33% in comparison to the last year. The majority of additional jobs have been provided in transport sphere, restaurants and hotels.

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Booming Georgian Resort Lures Black Sea Tourists

James Brooke | Batumi, Georgia Traveling by train, plane and cruise ship, the number of tourists flocking to Batumi, Georgia, is expected to hit 1.4 million this year, 10 times the level of 2005.  This hot new vacation destination is becoming “in” destination of the Black Sea. For Lucia, from land-locked Armenia, it is the sea. […]

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New Infrastructural Projects in Tbilisi

New Infrastructural Projects in Tbilisi

Within the framework of investment program on Sustainable Urban Transportation, Asian Development Bank (ADB) approved 300 ml USD credit line for implementation of various transportation projects which are of main concern for the big cities of Georgia and especially for the capital. Representatives of ADB, government of Georgia and NGO sector met at the Radisson […]

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Conference for Business Integration and Private Public Partnership in Tourism

Conference for Business Integration & Private Public Partnership in Tourism was held in Batumi, Adjara on November 27./28. 2008 The 2 days conference plus workshop was organised by Adjaran Tourism Association to initiate a closer cooperation of stakeholders for Tourism Development in Adjara. Priority of the workshop was to facilitate closer cooperation of 3 Tourism Associations in Georgia: Adjara Tourism Association (ATA), Tourism Association of Guria (TAG) and Georgian Tourism Association (GTA) in areas of networking, communication & cooperation with regional and national Tourism Departments.

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Outcomes of CTS’2008 International Tourism Fair in Yerevan, Armenia

CTS’2008 the 8th International Annual Tourism Fair in Yerevan November 7-9 A delegation from Georgian Tourism Association (GTA) has participated in the International Annual Tourism Fair in Yerevan. The fair was organised by Armenian Ministry of Economy, Armenian Association of Travel Agents (AATA) and Armenian Chapter of American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA) with the support of USAID “Competitive Armenian Private Sector” project

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