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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 travellers, or 8%, this ...

The FINANCIAL -- The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) marked an historic milestone in Georgia with the first-ever bond issue by an international financial institution in ...

The FINANCIAL -- The volume of overdue loans issued by commercial banks in national and foreign currencies as of 1 March, 2014, amounted to GEL 236,283,000. The sum is 10% more than it was in the ...

The crisis in Ukraine will almost instantaneously affect trade and capital flows between Georgia, Ukraine, and Russia, experts predict. The effects will likely be negative and hit Georgia in a ...

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 -- 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 ...

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 ...