On April 26, EU-Georgia Business Council (EUGBC) organized a meeting between the V4 countries’ (Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia) Ambassadors to Georgia and business sector. During the meeting were discussed possibilities of development of bilateral economic relations, as well as issue related to organizing of joint conference under the aegis of EUGBC, titled “V4 experience in managing economic transition in Georgia”. Representatives of the Georgian Government and Diplomatic corps participated in the meeting. Continue reading
On June 14-15, 2016 EU-Georgia Business Council (EUGBC) supported by EUROCHAMBRES (the Association of European Chambers of Commerce and Industry) organized visit of the Georgian Business Delegation to Germany. The participating Georgian companies took part in the Georgia-Germany Business forum and Georgian Wine Expo&Economic Photo Exhibition. The Business Forum was attended H.E. Mr. Giorgi Kvirikashvili, Prime Minister of Georgia. Continue reading
EU-Georgia Business Council (EUGBC) held a Business Conference in Tbilisi “European Companies in Georgia – Growing Trade and Investments” On May 5, 2016. The conference is funded by the European Union. The Business Conference provided a platform for European businesses operating in Georgia and for the Georgian Government to discuss benefits, opportunities and key challenges resulting from the provisional application the EU-Georgia Association Agreement and Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement as of September 1, 2014.
EU Commissioner For Trade Ms. Cecilia Malmström met EU-Georgian Business Council members together with Prime-Minister of Georgia, Giorgi Kvirikashvili. More than 70 Georgian and European companies’ representatives attended the meeting. The main topic was implementation of Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area agreement (DCFTA), present obstacles and all kind of opportunities, which DCFTA gives to Georgian business.
During a meeting Ms Cecilia Malmström announced the launch of the EU4Business in Georgia. Continue reading