Wednesday, 18 January 2017
Archive by 2010-09-21
Vera Kobalia accused of raider’s activities 2010-09-21 19:00 Rumours spread Mamia Sanadiradze, the founder of Caucasus Online, one of the biggest Internet providers, had to flee to Great Britain.
Tbilisi and Iran to establish regular air service 2010-09-21 18:43 Since October 1st Airzena Georgian Airways [Georgian company] will conduct regular flights Tbilisi-Tehran-Tbilisi.
Georgian glamour conquers Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan 2010-09-21 17:14 In Georgia a copy of Amarta costs 7 dollars. The price abroad remains unknown. In Azerbaijan it will appear this winter.
Computer to cost 55 cent in Georgia 2010-09-21 16:08 "Some time ago the Ministry of Education finished negotiations with Intel company, and agreement will be signed in a few weeks. According to the agreement, the population of Georgia will be granted opportunity to buy computers, paying one lari over two years,” Gilauri said.
Hundreds of state buildings to be sold in Georgia 2010-09-21 15:34 The Ministry also plans to privatize all 900 office of the Post of Georgia all around the country.
Saakashvili integrates in American elite 2010-09-21 13:11 At the meeting Barroso and Saakashvili discussed deepening of relations between Georgia and the EU, topic of free trade and cooperation in energy sphere.
Shamba met with the CE emissaries 2010-09-21 12:11 The sides discussed situation with human rights in the republic and other refugee-connected issues.
Spanish business wants to invest in Georgia 2010-09-21 11:24 Spanish entrepreneurs are in the first line interested in a number of infrastructure projects, also building roads and bridges.
Austria said good-bye to Tbilisi skies
Last year, foreign investors used to unanimously stress the uniqueness of the Georgian commercial market in view of the country’s geographic location and the absence of corruption and criminal activity. Meanwhile, many large business structures have left Georgia, including Kazakh national company KazMunajGaz, which did so because of financial problems related to the Georgian distributors’ huge debt obligations. There has been another warning bell not so long ago: Austrian Airlines company ceases its regular Vienna-Tbilisi flights and bids farewell to the clients.
Mishiko has wagged his finger at agricultural academy. They answered OK
Georgian wine-growers and agronomists seem to cause Mikheil Saakashvili’s irritation. He does not want an agricultural academy training specialists of the current level. “Either it brings up the standards, or there is no sense in its existence”, - the leader of the country stated openly. His words sounded like a threat to abolish the educational institution; however, the academy management is sure things will be limited to combing out the teaching staff.
Georgian diplomats scared by Mistral
Georgia is utterly concerned over Russian-French talks on the sale of Mistral helicopter carriers. As it is believed in Tbilisi that the coming deal creates threat to both Sakatvelo and the whole of Caucasus. What’s the reason for the Georgian leaders’ “panic”: their care for the region or a desire to wound Russia again?
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