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Exclusive – Mango Official Stores to be Opened in Georgia

Clothing brand  Mango officially enters Georgia. The stores unoficially operated under  Mango brand were closed for this reason. “Commersant” own source informs. The true Mango will be presented not only with  women but also men’s and children’s lines. As it is known, Mango  sold only women’s clothes in Tbilsi. “Commersant” …

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Top 10 of alcoholic countries: Which Countries Drink the Most

Kristin Addis is a former investment banker who sold all of her belongings and bid California goodbye in favor of travelling solo throughout the world while searching for off-the-beaten path adventures. There’s almost nothing she won’t try and almost nowhere she won’t explore. Who drinks the most alcohol in the …

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Seven companies are selected to build Anaklia port

Out of twelve submitted applications, Georgia’s Commission of Government has revealed seven best ones to build Anaklia deep-water port. “The companies should provide their offers till Apirl 16, 2015,” Deputy Minister of Economy Irma Kavtaradze said. “Then we will choose two or three candidates and start negotiations with them. The …

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Most Innovative Watches of 2015

“WHICH SKI RESORT are you going to?” is a question often heard by watch writers after notifying friends of an impending trip to Switzerland in January. Ski resort! Will they ever learn? January in Switzerland means Geneva and the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie, where 16 luxury brands strut …

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Surviving in a Family Business When You’re Not Part of the Family

We see all kinds of office politics – the good, the bad, and the ugly – in family-owned businesses. Families can be intensely political organizations, and non-family executives must know how to play politics both in the business itself and in the dangerous borderland between the business and the family. …

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Women Who Tweet and Share Photos Are Less Stressed

Surfing the Web and checking in on social media does not stress people out, a new study from the Pew Research Center shows. In fact, women who regularly tweet, email and post photos on their mobile devices are 21% less stressed, the study of 1,801 adults reveals. “When we were …

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Miss Universe 2015: National Costume Show

Miss Canada, Chanel Beckenlehner   Miss South Africa, Ziphozakhe Zokufa   Miss St. Lucia, Roxanne Didier Nicholas   Miss Singapore, Rathi Menon   Miss Germany, Josefin Donat   Miss Puerto Rico, Gabriela Berrios   Miss Philippines, Mary Jean Lastimosa   Miss Ireland, Lisa Madden   Miss Jamaica, Kaci Fennell   …

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Exclusive – Mango Official Stores to be Opened in Georgia

 Clothing brand  Mango officially enters Georgia. The stores unoficially operated under  Mango brand were closed for this reason. “Commersant” own source informs. The true Mango will be presented not only with  women but also men’s and children’s lines. As it is known, Mango  sold only women’s clothes in Tbilsi. “Commersant” …

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Whether a New Labor Migration Law will Restrict Investments in Georgia?

Representatives of Georgia-based companies comment on the labor migration bill and say that there is no need to  employ  foreigners in the country for the time being. Mikheil Tigishvili , Director of Georgian International Holding , states that there is no global production in Georgia  that could not find the …

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Miss Universe National Costume Show

  Paulina Vega, Miss Colombia 2014, debuts her national costume during the Miss Universe Preliminary Show in Miami, Florida in this January 21, 2015 handout photo. (Photo by Reuters/Miss Universe Organization) Grace Levy, Miss Great Britain 2014, debuts her national costume during the Miss Universe Preliminary Show in Miami, Florida …

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