Georgia’s Hospitality Sector Is Starting to Develop

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In 2016, almost 6.5 million international tourists visited Georgia, twice as many as the country’s population. Valeri Chekheria, CEO at Adjara Group Hospitality, talked to Emerging Europe about the country’s tourism potential.

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