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60% of the world is still without internet


In the relatively short amount of time since its invention, the internet has become a dominant force in our lives, and be it through our smartphones, tablets, laptops, PCs, speaker systems watches or other devices we make use of it in some cases for more hours of the day than …

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Turkey’s unemployment rate hits 10.5 percent


Turkey’s unemployment rate rose to 10.5 percent in September, from 10.1 percent in the previous month, the Turkish Statistical Institute said on Monday. It was the second month in a row to show double-digit unemployment, as the Turkish economy has slowed sharply in the past three months.

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Lado Gurgenidze to Advise Ukrainian Gov’t on Reform Implementation


The former Prime Minister  of Georgia and co-owner of Liberty Bank  Lado Gurgenidze will advise the Ukrainian power on reforms  implementation. The Chief of Presidential Administration Boris Lozhkin said in an   interview  with the  Ukrainian Pravda. “I met him several times in the last three weeks. He will  hold   active …

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SOCAR to increase investments to joint venture of Azerbaijan, Poland


Azerbaijan’s State Oil Company (SOCAR) delivered over 750,000 metric tons of crude oil to Poland in 2014, Energy Minister of Azerbaijan Natig Aliyev said. He made the remarks Dec. 15 at the Azerbaijan-Poland business forum held in Baku. “Azerbaijani and Polish companies are successfully cooperating in energy, oil and gas, …

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Parliament Already Discovered Inconsistencies in Several Tenders


According to Temur Maisuradze, Deputy Chairman of the Sector Economy and Economic Policy Committee,  they have already received requested information from state agencies and questions arose in relation to eight tenders. In particular, Maisuradze notes that there are   tenders which initial cost was 3.7 million, but  after winning the tender …

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The Washington Post: Sorry, Putin. Russia’s Economy is Doomed


A funny thing happened on the way to Vladimir Putin running strategic laps around the West. Russia’s economy imploded. The latest news is that Russia’s central bank raised interest rates from 10.5 to 17 percent at an emergency 1 a.m. meeting in an attempt to stop the ruble, which is down …

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Insolito shop opened its door on December 1st. It  offers carefully curated and  eccentric collection of furniture and accessories that are represented at their showroom in Tbilisi,Georgia. At a first glance shop looks like a modern,stylish house where you will definatly feel like a home. This is because Insolito furniture …

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