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Beyond Tbilisi

27 January, 2012

Do you know about the problems grape farmers had in Kakheti during the harvest? Or what Batumi City Council chooses to spend budget money on? Transparency International Georgia launched a new project – Beyond Tbilisi, which tries to answer these and

Supervision of Finance Sector Getting Tighter

23 January, 2012

A number of significant amendments enhancing the powers of the National Bank and Financial Monitoring Service have recently been made to the legislation on financial regulation. The power of the National Bank to request any information The

New Regulations Concerning Tax Lien Explained

09 December, 2011

Recent amendments to the Georgian Tax Code (Article 239) and, respectively, to the law “on Enforcement Proceedings” (Article 823) change the way that the priority of liens is calculated. A lien is a claim on a debtor's property in order to ensure pay

Social networking as democratic accountability tool

30 November, 2011

The call for more active social network usage has recently been promoted by the Chairman of the Parliament, David Bakradze, who labeled the social network as an unique opportunity to enable citizens to directly post the question to the representative

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