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General Administrative Code of Georgia

General Administrative Code of Georgia defines the procedure for issuing and enforcing administrative acts, reviewing administrative complaints and applications, and preparing, concluding and executing contracts under public law by administrative bodies. The Code aims to ensure the administrative bodies respect human rights and freedoms, the public interests and the rule of …

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DCFTA: Standards

The EU and Georgia signed an Association Agreement on 27 June 2014. It has entered into force since 1 July 2016. The agreement introduces a preferential trade regime – the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA). This regime increases market access between the EU and Georgia based on having better-matched regulations. Standard …

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DCFTA: EU Internal Market

The EU and Georgia signed an Association Agreement on 27 June 2014. It has entered into force since 1 July 2016. The agreement introduces a preferential trade regime – the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA). This regime increases market access between the EU and Georgia based on having better-matched regulations. The …

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Law of Georgia on Tourism and Resorts

Law of Georgia on Tourism and Resorts regulates relations in tourism and resort activities. It consists of the Constitution of Georgia, this Law and other normative acts of Georgia adopted under them. *** Copyright on the material is protected. In case of it’s full or partial publication, please indicate at it’s …

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Tourism in Georgia: accommodation means in 2016

6,360,503 international tourists entered Georgia in 2016, and the total number of internal visitors made up around 13 million. In total, 1,765 accommodation facilities for tourists and internal visitors were operating by the end of 2016 with 24,297 rooms and 57,049 beds. 37 new hotels were opened in Georgia in 2016 months of 2017, and 129 hotels were under construction.

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Law of Georgia on Information Technology Zones

Law of Georgia on Information Technology Zones is intended to attract foreign investments and create a favourable environment for legal persons operating in the Information Technology (IT) sector. The relationships related to IT activities and issues related to the taxation of virtual zone persons are regulated by this Law, the Tax …

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Law of Georgia on Information Security

Law of Georgia on Information Security aims to promote the efficient and effective maintenance of information security, define rights and responsibilities for public and private sectors in the field of information security maintenance, and identify the mechanisms for exercising state control over the implementation of information security policy. *** Copyright …

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