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Moldova: EU to provide over 420,000 euros to back entrepreneurs on both banks of Dniester

The European Union will provide over 420,000 euros for backing competitive businesses on both banks of the Dniester, within the European Union’s Confidence Building Programme, implemented by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). A ceremony on providing the certificates on grant for two contests held within the programme took place on May 19. According to…

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Lithuania: exports up in Q1 2022

The export of Lithuania-origin goods grew by over 30% YoY in the first quarter of 2022, totaling more than EUR 6 billion in revenue, Lithuania’s department of statistics reported. “We see that the government’s efforts to diversify export markets and work with like-minded countries, especially by strengthening political and economic ties with the United States,…

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Georgia: revenue from international tourism up in January-April 2022

Georgia received $582 million from international tourist visits between January-April, up by 463.1% YoY, the Georgian National Tourism Administration reported. Revenues from international tourism have recovered by 68.9% compared to the pre-pandemic 2019, said the GNTA. Other data from the National Statistics Office of Georgia showed Georgia hosted 431,300 international visitors in the first quarter…

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