June 3-9. Newspaper "GEORGIA TODAY" publishes interviews with Victor Kipiani, Partner MKD By Nino Edilashvili
To get updated on Georgia’s investment environment, Ukraine hosted the Georgian Investment Forum on May 27. The forum was organized jointly by the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia, the Georgian National Investment Agency (GNIA), Georgia-Ukraine Business Club (GUBC), MKD Law Company, BG Capital and Rakia Georgia Free Industrial Zone.
Ukraine is among Georgia’s biggest business partners. According to official statistics, in January and February of 2010, the trade turnover between the two countries was $109.7 million, or 9.6 % of Georgia’s total foreign trade, making Ukraine the country’s third largest trading partner.
April, 2011 Institute of World Policy (Kyiv, Ukraine)
«Ukraine - Georgia»
Despite the fact that the Georgian-Ukrainian economic relations are developing successfully with each passing year, until recently there had been no single organization providing an opportunity for representatives of business circles of Ukraine and Georgia to share their experiences of doing business, discuss new projects, and in fact, strengthen economic cooperation.
To change this situation, solving the formidable task of improving communication between the business elites in both countries, is the ambitious goal of the founders of the Georgian-Ukrainian Business Club, the first association of businessmen from two countries, aimed at promoting and developing economic and cultural ties between Ukraine and Georgia.
December, 2010. Nachgefragt bei David Kpoghuashvili, Lawyer, Mgaloblishvili Kipiani Dzidziguri Law Firm
Am 17. September 2010 hat das georgische Parlament ein neues Steuergesetz verabschidet, das am 1. Januar 2011 in Kraft treten wird. Warum war die Steuerreform
By Paul M. Barrett on February 24, 2011, Bloomberg Businessweek
Last October an oil trader and would-be pipeline mogul named Rony Fuchs received an unusual invitation from Nika Gilauri, the Prime Minister of Georgia. Gilauri asked Fuchs to visit Batumi, a resort on the Black Sea, "to finalize the settlement" of a $100 million commercial dispute—money that Fuchs had been demanding from the Georgian government for almost 15 years. "Such a meeting will avail us of the opportunity to discuss all the details and will undoubtedly positively affect amicable solution of the matter," the Prime Minister wrote in English. The stationery bore the official seal and letterhead of the former Soviet republic, and Gilauri had signed it with a looping flourish.
Year III - Issue 8 - September 2010. The legal magazine Top Legal International. Magisters and Grata believe they can compete with international rivals in the pan-CIS market and have their eyes on further expansion, by Heather O'Brian