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The Washington Post about the future of Georgian cuisine

Is Georgian cuisine the next big thing? These enthusiasts hope so. Letting a glass of orange wine breathe at his elbow, Mamuka Tsereteli scoured the Japanese menu at Daikaya for something to accompany it. The wine from Georgia (the former Soviet republic, not the American state) looked the shade of …

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The 15 Most Miserable Economies in the World

Inflation is a disease that can wreck a society, Milton Friedman, the late Nobel laureate economist, once said. Add rising unemployment to the diagnosis, and his profession ascribes a rather non-technical term to the debilitating effect on people: misery. That affliction this year will be most acute in Venezuela, Argentina, South …

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Georgia Joins Creative Europe Programme

TBILISI: Georgian Minister of Culture and Monument Protection Mikheil Giorgadze and the European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport Tibor Navracsics have signed an Agreement on Georgian participation in the Creative Europe Programme in Brussels. “The programme will offer excellent opportunities for Georgian artists to showcase their talent and …

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Baku, Ankara, Tbilisi to discuss economic ties

Batumi is to host a business forum. A business forum with participation of the representatives of Georgia, Turkey and Azerbaijan will be held in Batumi on March 6. Oxu.Az reports with reference to Georgian media that the statement came from speaker of the Georgian Foreign Ministy David Kereselidze. “The fourth business …

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Georgian Service’s Reporting Raises Awareness, Wins Awards

Journalists with RFE/RL’s Georgian Service were lauded in 2014 for reporting reflecting the highest journalistic standards and contributing to human understanding and peace, with many of the honors recognizing the service’s attention to the role of gender in society. The Georgian office of UN Women named Marina Vashakmadze, RFE/RL’s Tbilisi …

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Georgian PM mulls economic processes with IMF mission

Georgia’s Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili and representatives of a mission of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) mulled the economic processes and activities planned by Georgian government, Georgia Online reported March 3. The parties also discussed the situation in the region, and the factors that have affected the country’s economy, Georgia …

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Georgia’s new agro guide will benefit investors

Georgia’s new agro guide will benefit investors

Georgia’s Ministry of Agriculture is working on the country’s first agro guide, which will benefit investors, farmers and others who are interested in Georgia’s agriculture sector. The guide, which will officially be published in two months, will provide detailed information about the country’s agricultural industry as a whole and offer a …

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Georgia celebrates Mother’s Day today

Mothers all over Georgia are being celebrated and honoured today by their loved ones as the country celebrates Mother’s Day. March 3 is a public holiday in Georgia that is dedicated to mothers and pregnant women. The day differs slightly from International Women’s Day where all women are honoured. Mother’s …

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Michael Jordan is a billionaire

Michael Jordan is a billionaire

Michael Jordan has been added to the Forbes list of billionaires. He’s now the 513th-richest person in the United States with a net worth of an even $1.0 billion. The skyrocketing values of NBA franchises is the main reason Jordan broke the $1 billion mark.

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Filmed in Georgia! Share this Video!

Marketer-Video by film director and producer Levan Bakhia,aims to promote Georgia as the unique place to visit and moreover to film the movies. “This is the Demo Reel assembled from various Georgian based studios footages. It belongs to everyone in Georgia. We made an edit to show how beautiful our country …

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