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Daily Archives: June 10, 2015

Citizens from 94 Countries Can Stay in Georgia without Visa

Georgia has revealed more details of the country’s new visa regulations and announced which countries do not need a visa to enter Georgia and stay here for 360 days. See the full list of countries eligible in the visa-free regime below. Under the new regulations, citizens from 94 countries can …

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PMCG Chosen to Assist Georgia in Implementation of Association Agreement

A consortium of consulting companies including Policy and Management Consulting Group (PMCG), has been appointed to implement a project to assist the Government of Georgia (GoG) to deepen its integration with the European Union in line with the priorities set out in the Association Agreement (AA) and in the Association …

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The Russia and Qatar World Cups Could be in Trouble

Russia and Qatar could lose the right to host the 2018 and 2022 World Cups if evidence is found of corruption in the bidding process, a FIFA official was quoted as saying on Sunday. The comments by the head of FIFA’s auditing and compliance committee came as bribery claims mounted …

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Facebook to Develop Cheap Internet in Developing World

Facebook has scrapped its previously unknown plans to build a satellite, according to a report by Amir Efrati in The Information. The satellite, had it been built, could have cost an estimated $500 million. The plan was to use it to help provide cheap internet access in the developing world. …

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