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EUGBC Projects Director, Giorgi Kacharava took part at the Trade Advisory Group (TAG) meeting held on July 25, 2017 in Rooms hotel. The meeting was officially launched by Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable development, Genady Arveladze.

TAG is an advisory body under the Ministry of Economy and its function is to prepare proposals and relevant recommendations on trade issues. During the meeting the council elected a new chairman and discussed issues regarding free trade agreements with China and India. 
The Trade Advisory Group consists of 25 large and sectoral Business Associations.


EUGBC Secretary General, Zviad Chumburidze and Projects Director, Giorgi kacharava participated in the Conference on Economic Diplomacy held on July 19 within the framework of the Annual gathering of Heads of Georgian Diplomatic Missions abroad – titled “Result-oriented diplomacy in turbulent environment”. The conference was hosted by the company Geocap, which was founded within the governmental project “Produce in Georgia”.
The Conference on Economic Diplomacy were attended by the representatives of the Government and Business Associations of Georgia.
Participants discussed ongoing reforms in the tax customs area, 4 year infrastructural plan, ongoing reforms in agriculture and energy sectors, as well as country’s energy security and Georgia’s participation in energy transit. The conference reflected new initiative of the Prime Minister of Georgia, Giorgi Kvirikashvili – “Export promotion triangle”.


The 14th Annual International Conference – “Georgia’s European Way – Ensuring Regional Stability” held in Batumi on July 13-14, 2017.  Mr. Chris Schlueter, Chairman of EUGBC Board of Directors, BP Country Manager in Georgia and Mr. Zviad Chumburidze, EUGBC Secretary General attended the conference. Continue reading


EUGBC Projects Director Giorgi Kacharava took part at the East Invest 2 annual conference held on June 21 in Kiev, Ukraine.
The East Invest 2 annual conference brought together BSO reps from the six EaP countries with their counterparts in the EU, as well as senior officials from the European Commission, the Organisation for Cooperation and Economic Development (OECD), European Bank for Research and Development (EBRD), association of European chambers of commerce and industry EUROCHAMBRES, European association of SMEs UEAPME, and members of the East Invest 2 team. Continue reading