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Top 5 Reasons to Love the South Caucasus

The South Caucasus countries of Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan are neighbors in the porous region between Europe and Asia. Located between the Black and Caspian Seas, the region plays host to dozens of languages, religions, musical styles and landscapes.  These three countries are working hard to make a name for themselves among travelers, …

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60 Powerful Ads That’ll Make You Stop And Think

Advertising can be an accessible media vehicle to transmit powerful messages about important social matters that we often overlook otherwise. Here is the line up of adds that cover extremely important social issues varying from health, race, war, politics and many more. CBW joins the cause and wants to spread these messages to our …

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Georgia reveals fate of Batumi oil terminal

The seizure will be lifted from the assets of the Batumi oil terminal only after a corresponding court decision, the Public Relations Department of Georgia’s Economy and Sustainable Development Ministry told Trend. The department said that this issue’s settlement is within the competence of the court. According to the ministry, …

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In 2014, Economic Activity Declined in Georgia

In 2014, the economic activity of the business sector decreased compared to previous years – a report prepared by the NGO “Society and the banks” says based on the data of Statistics Service. The NGO believes that the reason for this is the deterioration of the business climate, which is …

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Europe Is Expected to Bring Antitrust Charges Against Gazprom

European antitrust regulators are expected on Wednesday to charge the Russian energy giant Gazprom with abusing its dominance in natural gas markets, a move that could escalate Western tensions with Moscow. Heavily reliant on Russia for their energy needs but deeply suspicious of Moscow, some Eastern European countries have argued …

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11% as Optimistic Outlook for Russia’s Inflation Rate

Russia Inflation Rate

Russia’s inflation may constitute lower than 11% if the current trend of the ruble’s strengthening continues – the Russian publication Vedemosti reported the country’s deputy finance minister saying.  According to the local news agency TASS, Russia’s deputy finance minister Maksim Oreshkin commented on the subject to the press. He said the inflation …

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Earth Day 2015 marked with Google Doodle

Google is marking Earth Day 2015 with a special Doodle, which includes “a totally scientific and 1,000 per cent accurate personality quiz,” telling you which animal most closely represents your personality. Earth Day is an annual event, celebrated on April 22, when events worldwide are held to demonstrate support for …

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Georgia Participates in 3rd East Forum Berlin 2015

Georgia’s Economy Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili is on an official visit to Berlin, Germany, and attending the third East Forum Berlin 2015. Kvirikashvili will participate in the panel discussions and deliver a speech during the event which is expected to generate an international audience of more than 200. The forum will take …

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Two Georgian Documentary Projects Win Awards at Nyon Film Festival

Two Georgian documentary film projects won top awards at a prestigious documentary film festival in Switzerland overnight. Tinatin Gurchiani and Rati Oneli won prizes for their documentary film projects at the Visions du Réel 2015 Film Festival. Georgia featured in the Focus 2015 section, where six projects and 15 documentary …

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Ancient Georgian Alphabet Exposed in Tallinn exhibition

Estonia’s capital city Tallinn is hosting an exhibition about the ancient Georgian alphabet, which is named among the top five most beautiful alphabets in the world. The ancient Georgian alphabet has been granted the national status of cultural heritage in Georgia and had applied to UNESCO for further recognition, ensuring …

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