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Georgia is located at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, in the corridor between the Black Sea and Caspian Sea.

Georgia has common borders with the Russian Federation, Turkey, Armenia and Azerbaijan. Style Distribution operates a duty free bordershop in Vale, at the border with Turkey.

Georgia has a population of 5.5 million, of which approximately 20% live in Tbilisi, the capital. Other cities with a population of over 100,000 are Batumi, Kutaisi, Poti and Gori.

Georgia is famous for it’s hospitality; it’s mild, subtropic climate, it’s warm spa waters, it’s ski resorts and Black Sea beaches. In Soviet times, over 3 million tourists visited Georgia for holidays every year.
Georgia has the world’s oldest wine culture, it has the largest national park in Europe, and it adopted Christianity as the national religion in 337 AD. The Georgian alphabet is one of only 14 original alphabets in the world. Style Distribution’s quarterly magazine is named “Alphabet” for exactly this reason.

Marco Polo’s Silk Route went through Georgia, and today Georgia remains a key transit hub for trade, oil and gas. Georgia’s deep sea ports Poti and Batumi are important transit harbors for the transport route between Europe and Central Asia.
Georgia is building towards a multi-party democracy and market economy.

Especially since the recent political changes, Georgia is experiencing a period of increased economic activity. Economic growth is reported at 11% in GDP over the past 6 months, at its highest since 1998 (Economist Intelligence Unit, Country Report Georgia).

Georgia maintains good relations with all its neighbors. The Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil pipeline, which is used to transport Caspian Sea oil to the West is very important in this respect. On May 25, this pipeline was officially opened.

The oil and security interests of the United States underline Georgia’s strategic importance. The United States has started work on a $114 million, 20 acre Embassy complex in Tbilisi.