Georgia and China

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Margvelashvili invites Xi Jinping to Tbilisi

Margvelashvili invites Xi Jinping to Tbilisi

Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili invited China's President Xi Jinping to Tbilisi. He made this invitation at the meeting with Vice Premier of the Chinese State Council Zhang …

Georgia wins case to trademark its wine in China

Georgia wins case to trademark its wine in China

Georgia is promoting and protecting the name and quality of its national alcoholic beverages from misuse and imitation in China, Agenda.ge reports. Georgia’s Ministry of Economy announced Georgian wine and other alcoholic …

Georgia and China start to negotiate on free trade regime

Georgia and China start to negotiate on free trade regime

Tbilisi and Beijing have begun talks on establishing a free trade regime, the first round of the negotiations was held in Tbilisi on  February 22nd-23rd, the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of the country reported. …

New сenter of Georgian wine opens in China

New сenter of Georgian wine opens in China

Center of Georgian wine will open in the Chinese province of Jiangxi. It is known that the center will have degustation and exhibition halls, museum, enoteca and Georgian restaurant, all of these facilities will be located in the territory of 4 …

Garibashvili discusses prospects of cooperation with POWERCHINA

Garibashvili discusses prospects of cooperation with POWERCHINA

China's largest state-owned company POWERCHINA got interested in the implementation of major infrastructure projects in Georgia, in particular the Anaklia port project (Western Georgia). At the meeting, the Prime Minister of Georgia …

China to build one-billion-dollar road for Georgia

China to build one-billion-dollar road for Georgia

The Prime Minister of Georgia, Irakli Garibashvili, who is in China for a working visit, met with the leadership of one of China's largest construction companies Zhuhai Da Heng Qin Company Limited. The meeting was attended by the …

Garibashvili to address World Economic Forum in China

Garibashvili to address World Economic Forum in China

The Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Garibashvili is on his way to China as the head of a Georgian delegation, which includes the Vice-Prime Minister and the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Giorgi Kvirikashvili; …

Garibashvili to visit China on September 8-13

Garibashvili to visit China on September 8-13

The Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Garibashvili will visit China on September 8-13, where he will take part in the World Economic Forum in Dalian. This was announced by the press service of the administration of the Georgian government. …

Georgia wants to enter Chinese market

Georgian businessmen have an opportunity to attend the China-Eurasia International Exhibition in Urumchi on September 1, Trend reports.A delegation of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region is on a visit to Tbilisi. About 100 businessmen were at a business forum. Su Huanbing, a member of the delegation, said that they want to improve contacts with Georgian businessmen.Kakhi Baindurashvili, President of the Trade and Industry Chamber of Georgia, said that the Chinese market is of great importance.

State Council of China awards Georgia status of tourist country

The State Council of China has awarded Georgia the status of tourist country, Trend says with reference to the Georgian Foreign Ministry and the National Tourism Administration of China."This decision will significantly increase the number of Chinese tourists and contribute to the deepening of cooperation between Georgia and China in the sphere of tourism," the Foreign Ministry of Georgia mentioned in its statement.China's population, according to recent data, is more than 1.3 billion people.

Georgia and China open direct air link

Georgia and China have opened direct flights. The issue has been discussed by Georgian Deputy Minister for the Economy and Sustainable Development and head of the Agency for Civil Aviation, Irakly Davitadze, with the China Southern Airlines Company, Business Georgia reports. The first flight will be made by China Southern Airlines on June 9, 2011.