15 July, 2014 Sandro Samadbegishvili and David Archvadze, lawyers at Mgaloblishvili Kipiani Dzidziguri (MKD)
The Parliament of Georgia has adopted new version of Law of Georgia on Legal Status of Foreigners and Stateless Persons (“Immigration Law”).
March 2014. Victor Kipiani, partner at Mgaloblishvili Kipiani Dzidziguri
1. STRATEGIC LOCATION OF GEORGIA AND BUSINESSES PROMISING FOR INVESTING:
Georgia’s unique location is bridging several meaningful economic regions with convenient access to Black Sea. As a result, the country is positions as the vital gateway for West markets to Caspian and Central Asian markets and vice versa.
March 2014, Mariam Asanishvili, lawyer at Mgaloblishvili Kipiani Dzidziguri
-What is the procurement legislation like in Georgia?
In recent years, the Georgian procurement system has continuously improved due to progressive legislation. This resulted in efficient and transparent procurement policies and practices. The amended procurement legislation promotes fair contractual relationships with the business community.
March 2014. Sandro Samadbegishvili, lawyer at Mgaloblishvili Kipiani Dzidziguri
- Generally, why is Georgia a Good Place for Hydropower Investment?
Hydropower sector is considered as one of the most attractive sectors for investing in Georgia.
The country is favored with water resources that are well-suited for hydropower generation and it is the cheapest electricity supplier in region.
March, 2014. Mariam Asanishvili, lawyer at Mgaloblishvili Kipiani Dzidziguri
- What does it take to start a business in Georgia?
Starting a business in Georgia requires 1 procedure, takes 1 or 2 days and does not require paid-in minimum capital. The registration of a company in Georgia is based on fast, inexpensive and simple procedures. That is the reason why Georgia stands at 8 in the ranking of 189 economies on the ease of starting a business.
March, 2014. Mariam Antia, lawyer at Mgaloblishvili Kipiani Dzidziguri
- Are there any laws, enhancing Georgia’s investment environment?
In the context of Georgia’s aspirations to become a country with attractive business climate, over the last few years the Parliament of Georgia has adopted various laws, designated for creating favorable conditions for attracting investments in the specific sectors of the industry.