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Business World Magazine (Ukraine) is the informational portal.

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Georgia: $73.81 million allocated for tourism to improve infrastructure and create jobs

Georgian deputy economy minister Mariam Kvrivishvili announced GEL 200 million ($73.81 million) would be allocated at the initiative of Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili to improve tourism infrastructure and contribute to the creation of new jobs in the sector. Kvrivishvili also noted the government’s recently announced programme for developing new tourism locations while upgrading the existing…

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Ukraine: chemical safety strengthened

The Verkhovna Rada approved in the second reading a Government draft law “On Chemical Safety and Management of Chemical Products”. This is a framework European integration document that will allow Ukraine to fulfill part of its obligations under the Association Agreement with the EU, as well as to ensure protection of Ukrainians and the environment.…

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Poland: manufacturing PMI up in October 2022

Poland’s Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) rose to 43.4 points in November from 42.0 points in October, economic researcher S&P Global reported on December 1. Economists polled by PAP predicted the PMI would reach 42.8 points in November. “Manufacturing and new orders fell for another month in November, albeit the pace of decline slowed down compared…

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