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Daily Archives: January 20, 2015

GOVERNMENT STARTS DISCUSSIONS OVER BANNING ONLINE GAMBLING GAMES

Current Regulations Contain Risks of Uncontrolled Involvement of Adolescents in Online Gambling Games and Money Laundering Georgia may ban online gambling games. For the last two years the second wave of attack   may be carried out against the gambling business. The first one was initiated by former MP Koba Davitashvili, …

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CHARITY TERMS BY BANK REPUBLIC – STUDENTS LOAN WITH 52.51% ANNUAL INTEREST RATE

Bank’s Discriminating Policy against Students of University of Georgia A major part of Georgia’s leading commercial banks issues students loans with different terms, but with the almost same interest rates. It is interesting whether Georgian students find the interest rates and terms affordable. Today’s article covers Bank Republic’s students loan …

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NASA Has Released The Largest Picture Of Andromeda

Have you seen the largest picture ever taken? For the record, it’s a mammoth 1.5 billion pixel image (69, 536 x 22, 230) and requires about 4.3 GB disk space. Oh, and it’ll take your breath away. On January 5, NASA released an image of the Andromeda galaxy, our closest …

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New gold deposits discovered in Azerbaijan

New gold deposits were discovered in Azerbaijan, the Ecology and Natural Resources Minister of Azerbaijan Huseyngulu Bagirov told reporters Jan. 20. He said that at present a corresponding work is underway for gold production at two fields. “Aside from that, a few more gold deposits have been found. At present, …

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Outlook email taken down in China, as Gmail block continues

Microsoft’s Outlook email service seems to have been taken offline over the weekend, weeks after Google’s Gmail was taken offline. Outlook appears to have been taking down using a “man-in-the-middle” attack, according to Greatfire.org, the Chinese internet monitoring group. Such attacks allow those carrying them out to listen in on …

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Greenhouse to be built in western Georgia with Japan’s financial support

A greenhouse will be built in Zugdidi district, Georgia with financial support from the Japanese government, the Japanese embassy in Georgia told Trend Jan. 16. The project cost is $92,622. The relevant agreement was signed by Japanese Ambassador Toshio Kaitani and head of the “Agora” association Tengiz Svanidze. The project …

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Georgia, Russia discuss agro products and trade opportunities

A Georgian delegation is in Berlin attending Green Week 2015, where the Georgian and Russian sides are discussing agro products and trade opportunities. Within the framework of Green Week 2015 (Gruene Woche 2015), head of Georgia’s National Food Agency Zaza Dolidze signed an agreement with Sergey Dankvert, head of the …

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The Simple Reason People Keep Going to Davos

Imagine you’re a multibillionaire or mega-chief executive officer. This time of year you’re luxuriating in the Caribbean or the Seychelles, toes buried in the warm sand. Except, no: You’re actually slip-sliding on the sidewalks of Davos, Switzerland, hurrying to an earnest discussion of climate change or youth obesity or secular stagnation. The ski …

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