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How to benefit from China’s innovation boom

For more than a century, the United States has been the dominant global force for innovation. But China and other Asian countries are now testing that dominance, and the West should welcome the challenge. China’s move from imitation to innovation has been a matter of national policy in recent years. …

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Georgia to Limit Flights by Russian Airlines

The aviation authorities of Georgia reduce the number of regular flights to Tbilisi by Russian airlinesfrom  December 8,  the Kommersant newspaperwrites. A number of flights of Aeroflot and the airlineSiberia between Moscow and Tbilisi will be reduced from 14 to 10 per week, Transaero and Globus (a subsidiary of Siberia) …

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World Famous Casino Brand to Start Operating in Georgia in 2015

“Commersant” was told by the  Deputy Economy Minister Keti Bochorishvili. According to her, at present active negotiations with one of the world’s major companies in the field of gambling are underway, but before signing the agreement the name of the brand is not specified. “It’s about a big brand, who …

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The deathly risks of doing business with Russia

The tragic death of Total CEO Christophe de Margerie in the recent plane crash at Vnukovo airport in Moscow is a lesson to be learned, writes Ramūnas Bogdanas. Ramūnas Bogdanas writes for the website EN.DELFI.LT where this articlewas recently published. On the evening of 20 October 2014, the first snow …

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