EUGBC

Working Group

On September 8, 2016 EU-Georgia Business Council (EUGBC) with the support of the European Union, organized third meeting of AA/DCFTA working group. The DCFTA Working Group aims establishment of Structured Dialogue between the business sector and the Georgian Government on AA/DCFTA issues. The above mentioned meeting mainly focused on food safety issues. At the meeting took part field experts, representatives of SME’s and Business associations, Officials from respective Georgian Ministries and Authorities, including representatives from Ministry of Agriculture, National Food Agency and Ministry of Economy.

Please see file on “Legislative approximation in food safety, related difficulties” In English and In Georgian languages, prepared by Ekaterine Burkadze, Expert in Food Safety issues. Continue reading


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On July 22, 2016 EU-Georgia Business Council (EUGBC) with the support of the European Union, organized second meeting of AA/DCFTA working group. The DCFTA Working Group aims establishment of Structured Dialogue between the business sector and the Georgian Government on AA/DCFTA issues.

The above mentioned meeting mainly focused on Trade facilitation related measures and approximation of Georgia’s customs system with EU standards. At the meeting took part field experts, representatives of SME’s and Business associations, Officials from respective Georgian Ministries and Authorities, including representatives from Customs Department of Revenue Service, National Intellectual Property Center and National Food Agency. Continue reading


EU-Georgia Business Council (EUGBC) with the support of the European Union, started a new project and organized a first meeting of AA/DCFTA working group. The meeting was held on June 9, 2016, at the Head office of TBC Bank (Marjanishvili st. № 7, Tbilisi). The DCFTA Working Group aims establishment of Structured Dialogue between the business sector and the Georgian Government on AA/DCFTA issues.

The above mentioned meeting was mainly focused on Harmonization of Technical regulations and Standards. At the meeting took part field experts, representatives SME’s and Business associations , Officials from respective Georgian Ministries and Authorities, including representatives from “Georgian National Agency for Standards and Metrology”; “Georgia National Agency for Standards and Metrology” and “Unified National Body of Accreditation Center”). Continue reading