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55% of Foodpanda’s Customers Are Women


Men are urged to strive for foodpanda surprises by the opposite gender Ordering online on the fast food market from www.foodpanda.ge is gaining more and more demand. The service is universally acclaimed by people of all ages and professions, from both men and women. The latest statistics show that it’s …

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Anadolu Medical Center held second conference together with Georgian doctors


Alternative views and Free Medical Second Opinion for Georgian patients from specialist of the center On Saturday, 11th of October, at 11:00, in hotel Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel, leading Turkish Medical Institution Anadolu Medical Center organized specialized Conference with Georgian doctors. At round table, doctors discussed several patients’ medical history …

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Lukoil restarts refinery in Romania


Russia’s second largest crude producer Lukoil has begun to restart a refinery in Romania, after authorities in the country lifted a freeze on its assets and activity. “After the hearings over the company’s appeal on October 6, 2014, the arrest of the company’s bank accounts and commercial reserves was suspended, …

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​IMF cuts 2014 global growth forecast to 3.3%


The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has slightly lowered its outlook for global economic growth this year and in 2015, mostly due to continued weakness in Europe and lower growth in some emerging markets. The IMF lowered its forecast for global economic growth in 2014 to 3.3 percent from 3.4 percent. …

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Fitch: Ukraine’s capital two steps away from default


The Fitch rating agency has downgraded Kiev’s long-term rating, as the Ukrainian capital failed to repay its domestic $87 million debt. The move could be classified as a “restricted default” if the city fails to settle bonds by October 10. The rating agency cut Kiev’s long-term foreign and local currency …

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Russia’s Gazprom buys Europe’s biggest gas storage facility


Russia will acquire Europe’s largest underground gas storage facility this autumn from Germany’s BASF, continuing the development of its Nord Stream operations. In return, the Germans will get access to large gas reserves in Western Siberia. Gazprom and the Wintershall subsidiary of German chemical company BASF are putting the final …

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China surpasses US as world’s largest economy based on key measure


China has surpassed the US in terms of GDP based on purchasing power parity (PPP), becoming the largest in the world by this measure, International Monetary Fund estimates show. In 2014 China reached $17.6 trillion or 16.48 percent of the world’s purchasing-power-adjusted GDP, while the US made slightly less, 16.28 …

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EU, Kazakhstan agree on enhanced cooperation


The EU and Kazakhstan have signed an agreement in Brussels Thursday, forging closer economic and political ties. President Nursultan Nazarbayev also met with European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso. Brussels and Almaty will enhance cooperation on 29 key sectors- including economic, financial, energy, transport, environment, climate change, employment, education and …

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Talent Top Challenge As Digital And Tech Drive Growth


The ability to attract top talent is now the biggest concern for public relations agency leaders around the world, according to a survey conducted by The Holmes Report and the International Communications Consultancies Organisation (ICCO) as part of the World PR Report. The findings come after the World PR Report yesterday …

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TBC Bank, today announces that Badri Japaridze has been appointed as a Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Bank Constanta. Mr. Japaridze is a Founder Shareholder and Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board of TBC Bank. Bank Constanta focuses on the growing micro-finance segment of the Georgian banking sector. It …

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