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Georgia to Develop Rural Fibre-Optic Network

Young man working on his laptop connect to wireless internet in rural area. Internet connection allows people to work anywhere from laptop. Notebook and nature background. Wireless technology concept.

The Georgian government has promised to develop a fibre-optic internet network in its more remote regions. Minister of the Economy and Sustainable Development Dimitri Kumsiashvili said that bringing reliable, high-speed internet to predominantly rural areas is one of the most important projects currently being undertaken by Georgia’s Innovation and Technology Agency.

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Georgia’s Sweetest Export Targets EU & Japan Expansion

Kiwi fruits growing on the branch on autumn

Since Georgia began exporting kiwifruit to the European market just over two years ago, it has become one of the country’s most productive and profitable exports. With a kilo of kiwifruit selling for around 1.20 euros, the fruit has proven to be a good earner for producers. Exports – currently at around 100 tons per year – are expected to increase, not least as the Japanese market is now being targeted. Continue reading Georgia’s Sweetest Export Targets EU & Japan Expansion