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  1. GEORGIA’S SCORE IN CORRUPTION PERCEPTION INDEX OF “TI” WORSENED BY 2 POINTS
    (Daily News: January 24, 2020)

    Georgia’s score in 2019 edition of Corruption Perception Index (CPI), published by Transparency International (TI) today, has worsened by 2 points in comparison with previous year, Georgian branch of TI reported.

    As TI Georgia noted, Georgia among 180 countries shares the 44th place with Costa Rica, the Czech Republic and Latvia.

  2. “REPUBLIC” OFFERS BONUSES
    (Daily News: December 25, 2012)

    Bank Republic says that clients will get automatic cash back through BR points, collected during each payment made through POS terminals. Namely, each spent lari results in accrued 1 BR point (100 BT points equal to 1 lari).

  3. Liberali: “IS AGREEMENT ACHIEVED WITH RUSSIA ON WTO ACCESSION PROFITABLE FOR GEORGIA?”
    (Economic Press Monitor: November 10, 2011)

    Under topic “Two Opinions”, the journal brings comments of two experts concerning Georgia’s consent on Russia’s accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO).

    Vasil Chkoidze, president of European Movement, regards that reached agreement is profitable for Georgia, while Paata Zakareishvili, political expert and member of Republican Party, has an opposite opinion.

  4. GORI CANNED FOOD PLANT STARTED MUSHROOM PRODUCTION
    (Daily News: February 3, 2011)

    Gori plant of canned baby food Kula announced about start of mushroom production. Besides, the plant is going to start diabetic production from March.

  5. Kviris Palitra: ““WAR-PASSED” CODE WITH “WHITE” HOLES”
    (Economic Press Monitor: July 26, 2010)

    The third hearing of new Tax Code was postponed until fall, as several articles remained disputable. That concerns article 168 as well, which refers to VAT.

  6. GEORGIA DOES NOT TAKE PART IN NEGOTIATIONS ON RUSSIA’S ENTERING INTO WTO
    (Daily News: June 16, 2008)

    As Georgian Economic Development Ministry informs, Georgian side is not going to resume bilateral negotiations on Russia’s entering into WTO.

    The Ministry stresses, that bilateral negotiations will be resumed only after the Russian side cancels order, made by the Russian President on April 16, on direct economic and trade relations with breakaway republics of Abkhazia and South-Ossetia.

  7. GEORGIAN CONTROL CHAMBER TO CONTROL ACTIVITY OF REGULATING COMMISSIONS
    (Daily News: March 27, 2008)

    Fiscal committee of the Parliament’s considers that Control Chamber should check activity of regulating commissions. Current legislation prohibits such checking.

  8. CARS, BROUGHT INTO THE COUNTRY BYPASSING CUSTOMS CHECKPOINTS, MAY BE LEGALIZED WITHIN 4 MONTHS
    (Daily News: March 7, 2008)

    Today Georgian Parliament adopted (128 votes “pro” 0 “contra”) a draft bill, which provides Georgian owners of cars, brought into the country without customs clearance, to register them. The matter concerns cars, bought in former Soviet Union Republics or former South Ossetia Autonomous District and brought in Georgia until July 1, 2006.

  9. Rezonansi: “FINANCIAL POLICE SHOWS FRESH INTEREST IN GELASHVILI’S EVRA”
    (Economic Press Monitor: October 12, 2006)

    The Financial Police has commenced to check Evra, founded by Valeri Gelashvili, former MP from the Republican Party, due to alleged tax evasion. Criminal proceedings may the initiated after the accounting documents are checked.

  10. ELECTION CAMPAIGN IN GEORGIA ENDS, ANTI-GEORGIAN CAMPAIGN IN RUSSIA GROWS STRONGER
    (Weekly Press Digest: October 8, 2006)

    The October 5 local election and anti-Georgian campaign in Russia have been the main topics of the week. As it had been expected according to the first reports of the Central Election Commission the ruling National Movement became winner among six parties and one election alliance.

  11. DURABILITY TEST
    (Weekly Press Digest: July 16, 2006)

    The next increase in the tension in the Tskhinvali region “has come in time” for the G8 summit in Sankt-Petersburg. Nor is relaxed the political life in the country.

  12. SIZE OF WAGES RECEIVED ON VISA CARD ACCOUNTS TRIPLE
    (Daily News: June 30, 2006)

    By March 2006, $490 million in wages was received on Visa cards accounts, which is triple the amount issued last year, Svetlana Georbelidze, the Visa International regional manager, has told a news conference today.

    In the period 262,000 transactions have been made in trade enterprises, which is 1.5 over the figure last year, says Svetlana Georbelidze.

  13. CZECH REPUBLIC AND GEORGIA SIGN AGREEMENT ON AVOIDING DOUBLE TAXATION
    (Daily News: May 23, 2006)

    Georgia and the Check Republic have signed an agreement on avoiding double taxation of incomes and capital and tax evasion at the Finance Ministry today. The document was initialed in 2002.

  14. Rezonansi: “CIGARETTE HAVING THE ABKHAZIAN EXCISE STAMP IS SOLD IN TBILISI FREELY”
    (Economic Press Monitor: March 24, 2006)

    The cigarettes, having the Abkhazian excise stamp, is available to be acquired in the trading network of Tbilisi without any obstacles for 1 lari.

    According to Zurab Garakanidze, the representative of Control Chamber, around or 4.5 million boxes of smuggled cigarettes are entered via the administrative border at Enguri river per month.

  15. 24 Saati: “CITRUS WAR”
    (Economic Press Monitor: March 22, 2006)

    The veterinary service of Russia has banned the transit of the Georgian production via Russian territory to the third countries. Georgia estimates the decision as the attempt of the “economical blockade”.

  16. ON THE WAY TO PEACE
    (Weekly Press Digest: December 18, 2005)

    Press reports focused on peaceful initiatives on conflict resolution in Georgia. Their upbeat tone has created the impression of a gleam in the conflict “tunnel”.

  17. PROVOCATIONS AND PAINFUL REFORMS
    (Weekly Press Digest: October 16, 2005)

    Amid celebrations of launching the Georgian section of the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil pipeline in the Kvemo Kartli region (the Gardabani district), leaflets containing provocative texts have appeared in the Samtskhe-Javakheti. Ongoing reforms in the science sector have heightened tensions either.

  18. RUSSIAN PUZZLE
    (Weekly Press Digest: July 31, 2005)

    Georgia’s northern neighbor has once again appeared in the limelight of the press this week. The majority of articles dealt with Russian “trace” in terrorist attacks in Georgia, Russia’s involvement in the developments in the conflict zone and a pullout of military bases.

  19. POTI DEVELOPMENT GENERAL PLAN DRAWN UP
    (Daily News: June 16, 2005)

    A general plan of Poti development, which has been drawn up by German-Georgian LLC Geographic, is being checked by the Economic Development Ministry at the moment. Roman Melia, an independent MP, says Georgia has not had such a document to date, although works in the direction started as early as 1992 when he was the city mayor.

  20. AJARA FINANCIAL POLICE INITIATE CRIMINAL CASE AGAINST THREE HEADS OF AJAR POWER COMPANY
    (Daily News: April 21, 2005)

    According to the Financial Police, management of LLC Ajar Power Company (power distributor in the autonomous republic) inflicted a 7.2 million lari loss to the budget. Facts of embezzlement of the state property have been detected following a thorough checking for the year 2004 conducted by the Financial Police.

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