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  1. BLITZ-SURVEY: INSURANCE AND COMMUNICATION SERVICE FOR THE STATE STRUCTURES
    (Daily News: February 10, 2009)

    State structures and state-owned organizations, which were surveyed by Sarke, mainly do not use the service of only one insurance company. While mobile communication service is provided by Magti and Geocell.

  2. SAKARTVELOS BANKI OPENED THE THIRD CORPORATE SERVICE-CENTER IN TBILISI
    (Daily News: February 10, 2009)

    Sakartvelos Banki (Bank of Georgia) opened today the third corporate service-center in Tbilisi (Kostava Str. 70).

    Same corporate service-centers of the bank have already been opened on Paliashvili Str. 118 and Pushkin Str. 3.

  3. IBS:SUPERMARKET WAS INSTALLED IN SUPERMARKET CHAIN GEORGITA
    (Daily News: February 9, 2009)

    Company IBS (Integrated Business Solutions) announced about installation of IBS:Supermarket software in supermarket chain Georgita. Cost of project is not named.

  4. RAK INVESTMENT AUTHORITY GEORGIA TO START PROJECTS IN AJARA IN SUMMER
    (Daily News: February 9, 2009)

    RAK Investment Authority Georgia (Georgian subsidiary of Arab Rakeen Development) told Sarke that the company plans to start 2 projects in Ajara in summer.

    In particular, living complex is planned to be build in Gonio.

  5. GEORGIAN RAILWAY PLACED 19.5M LARI ORDER IN TBILISI ELECTRIC CAR-REPAIR PLANT
    (Daily News: February 9, 2009)

    Georgian Economic Development Ministry reports that LLC Georgian Railway places an order of 19.5 million lari in Tbilisi Electric Car-Repair Plant.

    The contract envisages assembling of 3 new passenger trains and modernization of 8 ones.

  6. Rezonansi: “COMIC EXPERIMENT OF CITY HALL FAILED”
    (Economic Press Monitor: February 4, 2009)

    The newspaper estimates installation of imported cashboxes in municipal buses as a comical experiment and a show of the City Hall. European-oriented project failed, being proposed to Georgian public, the author says.

  7. Rezonansi: “COMPANIES TRYING TO GET OUT FROM TRAP”
    (Economic Press Monitor: February 3, 2009)

    Georgian Reconstruction and Development Company (GRDC) will hold talks with the investor with hope to begin construction works on the territory around Lisi Lake (Tbilisi, Saburtalo district) by the end of 2009.

    The company has covered $45 million of $182 million.

  8. Rezonansi: “LOCAL BUDGETS IN 2009”
    (Economic Press Monitor: February 2, 2009)

    Municipal budgets should be adopted in February. The final amounts are not set in some areas yet, but the priorities have already been identified – infrastructure and social-economic development.

  9. Rezonansi: “KEZERASHVILI SAID THAT INNA SHOULD STOP STRUGGLE FOR IMEDI”
    (Economic Press Monitor: February 2, 2009)

    The newspaper has interviewed head of fund Salford Georgia Irakli Rukhadze, who comments on situation around Badri Patarkatsishvili’s inheritance (died in early 2008).

    Rukhadze doubts that accident when his car blew up (in June 24 last year) was connected with the mentioned situation.

  10. PROPERTY OF AGROINVESTBANK WAS NOT SOLD AGAIN
    (Daily News: February 6, 2009)

    Financial Supervision Agency reported that today’s auction on property of Agroinvestbank, which is in liquidation regime, failed again because of applications absence. The date of the next auction was not named at this stage.

  11. MAXIMAL OFFERS PORTABLE WIRELESS MODEM FREE OF CHARGE
    (Daily News: February 6, 2009)

    LLC VTEL Georgia informs that from February Maximal (company’s brand) offers wireless modems (PC Card) to its clients free of charge. Through this modem notebook users may access WiMAX network of Maximal (Tbilisi, Batumi, Poti and Rustavi).

  12. UNITED TELECOM TO START SWITCHING INTERNET USERS IN FIBER-OPTIC NETWORK THROUGHOUT TBILISI BY THE END OF THE YEAR
    (Daily News: February 6, 2009)

    As JSC United Telecom announces, access to internet through fiber-optic network should be available in all the districts of Tbilisi by the end of the year.

    The project is implemented by the United Telecom and its daughter internet service provider Wanex.

  13. SASCO’S SALES DROPPED IN 2008
    (Daily News: February 6, 2009)

    Construction company Sasco told Sarke that sales reduced 10 times in 2008 compared with the previous year. The company explains the drop by the financial crisis, which resulted in non-stable situation connected with issuing of credits by banks and reduction of the demand on flats.

  14. LLC AIR WISSOL TO OPEN A NEW OIL TERMINAL IN SAMTREDIA IN FEBRUARY
    (Daily News: February 6, 2009)

    A new oil terminal will be opened in Samtredia (Imereti region) in February, told Sarke director of LLC Air Wissol Avtandil Rodonaia. Petroleum storage depot of the terminal will supply airports of the western Georgia (Batumi, Kutaisi and Poti).

  15. NBG SOLD OVER $83M IN JANUARY
    (Daily News: February 6, 2009)

    Tbilisi Interbank Currency Exchange (TICEX) reports that National Bank of Georgia (NBG) sold $83.23 million in January 2009. During a month, NBG bought $26.48 million.

  16. IMF REPRESENTATIVE FORECASTS HEAVY SITUATION IN GEORGIAN ECONOMIC IN 2009
    (Daily News: February 6, 2009)

    Masood Ahmed, director of the Middle East and Central Asia Department at the International Monetary Fund (IMF), forecasts hard economic situation in Georgia in 2009, which is not expected to recover until 2010.

    Implementation of consistent policy and protection of the most vulnerable groups is important during the period of transition, Masood Ahmed announced today in Tbilisi, while discussing current processes in the global economy.

  17. TBILISI CITY HALL SOLD LAND PLOTS
    (Daily News: February 5, 2009)

    Tbilisi City Hall held the auction these days, where non-agricultural land plots were sold in 11 lots.

    Out of which, land plot on Aleksidze Street (2,300 square m) was sold at the highest price.

  18. TBILISI SAKREBULO TO DISCUSS REDUCTION OF THE NORMATIVE PRICES ON LANDS
    (Daily News: February 5, 2009)

    Meeting of Tbilisi Sakrebulo (City Council), scheduled for February 6, should discuss reduced rates of normative price on the land. It is planned to reduce price by 20%.

  19. DEVELOPERS TO BE PERMITTED TO BRING THE HOUSES UNDER CONSTRUCTION INTO THE GRADUAL EXPLOITATION
    (Daily News: February 5, 2009)

    Tbilisi Vice-Mayor Mamuka Akhvlediani announced that developers may be permitted to bring the houses under construction into the gradual exploitation.

    For example, it will be possible to bring into exploitation already finished first and second entrances of the multi-entrance house, which is not completed in whole.

  20. DEVELOPMENT COMPANY TEXX GROUP WILL CONTINUE 2 PROJECTS ONLY THIS YEAR
    (Daily News: February 5, 2009)

    Development company Texx Group told Sarke that because of the financial crisis, the company will direct all its financial resources on finishing of two projects.

    The matter concerns Isani Texx and Shanghai Texx projects.

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