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AE Solar GmbH, a leader in the production of high-efficiency photovoltaic solar modules, is officially launching its newest factory in Kutaisi, Georgia (Europe). The 16,000 square meter facility houses fully automated robotic lines, which generate an annual production capacity of 500 MW. Continue reading


Kutaisi Free Zone was established in march 2009 on the territory of famous Kutaisi auto plant.  The land plot of 27 hectares is located only 10 km from Kutaisi International Airport, 95 km from the Poti seaport and 210 km  from Tbilisi.

Our company is focused on attracting international companies-tenants to carry out their export-oriented business activities in a tax-free zone. We welcome companies operating in various business sectors: technology, trade and services, light industry, logistics, warehousing, etc. Holding provides flexible lease terms and an individual approach to each tenant company.

For more information please visit  www.gih.ge 


Last week Dentons launched Europe Green Week to raise awareness about environmental issues and to become a more sustainable and eco-friendly firm. Dentons’ Tbilisi team has long been involved in environmental work, providing financial and pro bono legal support to the Caucasus Nature Fund, a conservation trust fund that co-finances the national park systems of Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan. Last week Dentons organized two Green events in Georgia. We started the week by cleaning-up litter at the Mamkoda Picnic Area in Tbilisi National Park. “Litter is a serious problem in Georgia, even in national parks, and it was fun and meaningful to get out and do some physical work that supports the legal work we do for Georgia’s national parks” – commented Ted Jonas, Senior Counsel at Dentons Georgia.

In addition, Dentons Georgia hosted Eka Laliashvili, chairperson of the Georgia Alliance for Safe Roads, to speak to our office and lead a discussion about mobile source pollution – pollution from cars, trucks, buses and other motor vehicles. Her talk addressed the status of Georgian government efforts to address the problem, such as through technical inspections, as well as what we can do personally to mitigate it – both driving less and reducing our emissions when we do drive. Ms. Laliashvili is a leading campaigner for cleaner air and safer roads in Georgia. Continue reading


The mission of the Slovak-Georgian Chamber of Commerce (SGCC) is to provide support to the development of mutual relationships and trade exchange between the Slovak Republic and Georgia, as well as technical and economic cooperation between the institutions and entrepreneurs of both countries. SGCC aims to provide information and assistance for the chamber’s new members and other interested persons.

Slovak-Georgian Chamber of Commerce develops cooperation with the Slovak and Georgian trade associations, agencies, businesses, craft associations. SGCC shall contribute to the development and implementation of common projects and plans. It also shall provide support as for the dissemination of economic information, cooperation and development of business opportunities among business entities in both countries.