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Georgian National Dance

Georgian Folk Dances hold a niche of a huge treasure among the world’s cultural diversity. They go far beyond merely bringing delight and entertaining audiences. National spirit, personal traits of a Georgian man, his temper, giftedness, braveness, physical and inner gorgeousness are clearly perceived in it, as in one of …

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Instant Payment Companies Divided the Market

A new division of the market has occurred two years after  the instant  payment companies defined  a commission fee of 4% while replenishing their mobile phone balance through instant payment terminals. In particular, David Kenchadze, CEO of TBC Pay,  notes that the company holds  28% of a market share. Kenchadze …

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The EU to Ease Burden of Bank Loans for Georgian Entrepreneurs

The EU’s financing programme for SMEs will help the Georgian entrepreneurs to move to the European standards under the  Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement. The program, which is expected to be operational next year, envisages financial encourages  in two main directions, such as to ease bank loans burden for  …

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Georgia to Compete with Turkey in Filberts Production

Courtyard Marriott hotel hosted discussions over cooperation between the private sector (processing, customers, financial institutions, insurance companies) and small farmers. The event was organized by OXFAM international consortium, biological farming association ELKANA and the European Union office. Along with representatives of donor organizations, the discussions were also attended by representatives …

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Georgian Wine’s Asian Aspirations amid Russian Crisis

According to National Statistics Office of Georgia’s preliminary data, export of Georgian wine has fallen to constitute 3,1% of the country’s total GDP in January-February period. In comparison, the figure was 7,3% in the same period of last year. In monetary equivalent, the fall is USD 22 million, with this year’s …

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Fan Ran onto the Pitch to Touch the Boots of Jaba Kankava

Yesterday social media was full of photos of Georgian fan touching World champion footballer’s Schweinsteiger’s boots. This behavior received a negative feedback from Georgian people, saying it was shameful. Today, March 29, Young man ran onto the pitch to touch the boots of Jaba Kankava, the captain. The audience applauded …

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Georgian opera singers to perform for Tbilisi audience

Georgian Opera Singers To Perform For Tbilisi Audience

Opera lovers throughout Georgia will have the opportunity to enjoy the performance by internationally recognised Georgian mezzo-soprano Anita Rachvelishvili and New York-based Georgian pianist David Aladashvili in Tbilisi only for one night. The two leading Georgian performers will hold a concert on the stage of the small hall of the …

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How often you should wash your hair,according to science

You’ve probably wondered how often you need to wash that (sometimes greasy, sometimes not) hair of yours. The question is a vexing one. It’s so common, in fact, that it’s the third suggestion that pops up when typing “how often” into Google (following queries about showering and pooping). Outside the …

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Energy Minister of Georgia and Kakheti Governor visited ‘Manavi-13’

‘Manavi-13’ is an in-construction oil discovery bore located in Sagarejo village in Georgia’s Kakheti region. Georgia energy minister Kakha Kaladze and Kakheti governor Irakli Shiolashvili visited the construction site in Sagarejo today. The bore is being drilled up to 4,500 meters in depth. Its estimated cost constitutes 21 mln USD. …

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Businessmen Hope for Government Response to Increasingly Frequent Tax Audits

According Zurab Lalazashvili, a representatives of the  Business Association of Georgia,  Prime Minister’s statement that the government will do everything in order to relieve businesses from bureaucratic obstacles, gives hope that the situation will soon change for the better. “In addition, currently the Revenue  Service, the Business Association and the …

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