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Magazine The Financial read in English

Tbilisi ·English ·Magazine ·Weekly ·General ·None
The main wekly business magazine magazine in Georgia, as well as an online financial website with up-to-date information. Media partner and sponsor of all economic events in the country (forums, meetings, exhibitions, conferences), founder of the «Golden Brand Award Ceremony». Distributed by corporate subscription.

Newspaper გურია ნიუსში · Guria Niusshi · The Guria News read in English

Chokhatauri ·Georgian ·Newspaper ·2 per week ·General ·None
Daily regional newspaper of Chokhatauri, a city and municipality in southwestern Georgia, mostly a subscription publication. It is named after the local region, Guria.

Newspaper გაზეთი ახალი · Akhali Gazeti · The New Newspaper read in English

Kutaisi ·Georgian ·Newspaper ·Weekly ·General ·None
Socio-political regional weekly of Imereti, a region and historical region in Western Georgia. This is a private small-circulation newspaper with a small editorial staff (12 people), published in Kutaisi. Recently, it has been betting on its online version.

Newspaper The Georgian Times read in English

Tbilisi ·Georgian ·Newspaper ·Weekly ·General ·None
The first Georgian newspaper in English, aimed at a foreign audience and representatives of the Georgian diaspora, residents of the former Soviet Union. Today it is published in Georgian, English and Russian. He calls himself «No. 1» in the Georgian press. A large advertising platform. Distribution: exhibitions, diplomatic missions, hotels, tourist centers.

Newspaper ახალი ექოქა · Akhali Epocha · The New Epoch read in English

Tbilisi ·Georgian ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·None
A representative of the modern Georgian press, a socio-political newspaper with voluminous analytical articles and journalistic reports, the first full-color newspaper in Georgia that focused on a modern appearance and strict style. It is known as the «literary club» for contemporary writers. It was published until 2003.