Sarke Press Monitor
May 15, 2017

The government appointed as extraordinary manager of “Manganese” former director of this company

Georgian Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources Protection appointed special manager in “Georgian Manganese” (subsidiary of “Georgian American Alloys” (“GAA”)) on May 11.

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Caucasus Business Week
May 15, 2017

 Government Charges Georgian Manganese 416 mln GEL for Environmental Damages

Special manager is assigned at “Georgian Manganese” for 3 years, before May 9, 2020.

During this period, Mr. Nikoloz Chikovani must ensure consistent and timely performance of license conditions, as well as the company’s continuous activities.

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Forbes Georgia
May 14, 2017

 GAA: International Reputation Of Georgia And Row Material Supply To USA Jeopardized

Owners of GAA and Georgian Manganese disseminate their statement on appointment of a special manager in the company.

Representatives of the company claim that thousands of jobs in Georgia are jeopardized as well as the rule of law is. Moreover, owners of the company state that their urge towards cooperation with the government has been undermined.

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March 6, 2017
By Bob Matyi

Felman preparing for EPA project at W. Virginia SiMn plant: USW

Felman Production continues to operate only one furnace at its 105,000 mt/year silicomanganese plant near New Haven, West Virginia, but has added employees to prepare for a multimillion-dollar project to comply with US Environmental Protection Agency regulations and make other repairs, a United Steelworkers union official said on March 6.

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The Financial
February 27, 2017

Doing Good Goes Viral

We talked to Zakaria Zalikashvili, Public Relations Director at Georgian American Alloys, about the impact of CSR on enterprise and local community.

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