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Budget- 2014 not to be Fulfilled


“Rezonansi”  daily writes that  an analysis of 11 months of 2014 shows that this year’s state budget will not be  fulfilled  – despite the fact that a few days ago Finance Minister Nodar Khaduri stated that the budget would be 100% fulfilled.  It is unclear what was the basis of …

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Slovakia to build new pipeline to Turkey via Ukraine


Slovakian natural gas pipeline operator Eustream is planning to build a new pipeline that will reach Turkey through Ukraine, the Russian TASS News Agency reported on Thursday. “The new pipeline will be called Eastring,” Eustream spokesperson Vahram Chuguryan told TASS. The new pipeline will start from the Slovakia-Ukraine border and …

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Sale of Christmas Fireworks not to be Restricted


With the advent of the New Year holidays, the season of active sales of various pyrotechnics, which is very much  in demand among the population, came. At the same time, it is written on pyrotechnics that the sale is prohibited to persons under the age of 18, since a vast …

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Hilton, Probably, not to Build a Hotel in Tbilisi

Welcome to the Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark

Hilton may abandon an idea of investing in Georgia. We are talking about  construction of a  new hotel in the center of Tbilisi, which had to be completed in 2014, but so far has not even started. A problem is that  refugees from Abkhazia  are still living in a former …

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First ever branded product dates from 1880


  World’s first transparent soap is still on business. It’s Pears, first produced and sold by Andrew Pears in London in 1789. As per Unilever’s history records Pears Soap was the world’s first registered brand, thus it is oldest continuing existing brand in the world. The first advertising on the …

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Why Saudis Decided Not to Prop Up Oil


In early October, Saudi Arabia’s representative to OPEC surprised attendees at a New York seminar by revealing his government was content to let global energy prices slide. Nasser al-Dossary ’s message broke from decades of Saudi orthodoxy that sought to keep prices high by limiting global oil production, said people …

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The menu is based on the New Year’s “staple products” which are considered a standard in the Georgian society New Year’s count down has begun – one week before the merriest and busiest of all holidays. Georgians are stocking up on products to fill their holiday dinner tables and let …

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