June 11, 2009

Business Rating Awards 
ICC-Georgia partnered with Newspaper Georgian Times and Gorbi to hold twelfth Business Rating 2009 awards ceremony revealing best 25 companies of 2008 and measuring their performance against 15 different criteria.
The ceremony has obtained additional significance this year as it provided a much-needed chance to forget about the negativity which has enveloped Georgia since August 2008.
Leading experts of the Georgian economy sphere and representatives of state and non-government business sectors participated in the selection process.
We are proud to say that 11 awards went to ICC member companies: Georgian Glass and Mineral Water, Natakhtari, Tegeta Motors, McDonalds, Socar Georgia, Wissol, Centre Point, Rakeen, Nikora, Georgian Industrial Group and Geocell.

June 10, 2009

Meeting with Minsiter of Finance

On June 10, 2009 the Tax Commission of ICC-Georgia met with Minister of Finance of Georgia Mr. Kakha Baindurashvili. Minister Baindurashvili presented an Economic Overview for the country covering the economic parameters and the draft tax code that will be implemented shortly.


May 21, 2009

Nine Business Organizations create an Alliance

At the initiative of the International Chamber of Commerce ICC-Georgia, nine business organizations have signed Memorandum of Understanding to join force in order to better serve their goals and objectives and to secure a stable business environment in the country; the signatories are: International Chamber of Commerce ICC-Georgia; Georgian Chamber of Commerce and Industry; Association of Banks of Georgia; Association of Oil Importers and Distributors; French Business Council; International Association of Business and Parliament/ IABP; American Chamber of Commerce in Georgia; Israel-Georgia Chamber of Business; Association of Freight Forwarders of Georgia.


May 15, 2009

On Friday May 15, 2009 several major business organizations in Georgia gathered key business people to discuss the main challenges that the business community is currently facing.


May 7, 2009

ICC-Georgia Tax Commission Meeting 

ICC-Georgia Tax Commission convened to discuss one of the most important problems facing Georgia today – the payments crisis. In particular, banks are taking possession of collateral securing loans that debtors are unable to pay.

In order to discuss the issue in more depth and to come up with recommendations, ICC-Georgia plans enlarged meeting of the tax commission on Thursday May 14, where the experts and other representatives of private sector will join to share their perspectives.