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Central Bank of Russia Bought 131 Million US Dollars on June 5

Russia’s Central Bank continues its policy of acquiring millions of foreign currency on its internal market.On June 5 the country’s banking regulator acquired 131 million US dollars, local economic news outlet “Prime” reports. The Bank has been buying millions of US dollars in the country’s market, starting May 13 of …

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The Way The Financial Supervision Agency Will Operate

If the National Bank’s Main Responsibility is to Reach the Target Inflation, it should not Institutionally Control Commercial Banks The Financial Supervision Agency of Georgia, as a legal entity of public law, will be an only state body to supervise the financial sector, while the financial sector supervision committee at …

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Mamuka Gorgodze Among Rugby’s Top Hard men

Telegraph – Georgian national team player Mamuka Gorgodze, was named among rugby’s top hard men. The tragic death of Jerry Collins has robbed the world of one of the hardest men to ever play the game telegraph decided to make a list of hardest rugby players of the world. Telegraph …

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Turks refuse to give too much power in the hands of one man

The outcome of the parliamentary election in Turkey confirms the AKP is losing support in the population, but it is still able to stay in office for many years and to pass laws to reinforce its power. Nonetheless, since it did not manage to secure a 330-seat majority, it won’t …

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30 Business Books Every Professional Should Read

30 Business Books Every Professional Should Read

There’s always a significant adjustment to make when transitioning from school to the workforce, with the sudden realization that no matter how smart or talented you are, you’re starting at the bottom. To help you determine what you want from your professional life and how to make the most of …

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Georgia Listed 59-th in Global School Rankings

Georgia Listed 59-th in Global School Rankings

Asian countries have topped the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)’s ranking of school performance across 76 countries, according to a report released on Wednesday. The report, titled ‘Universal Basic Skills: What countries stand to gain’, was produced by economists Eric Hanushek and Ludger Woessmann. The high-profile report, which …

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Five-star Leo Grand Batumi Hotel Opens in Adjara

Five-star Leo Grand Batumi Hotel Opens in Adjara

The $40 million USD Leo Grand Batumi hotel opened its doors today. Batumi, a vibrant city in Georgia’s Black Sea coast, is welcoming the summer tourist season with another five-star hotel. The hotel has 180 rooms, conference halls, restaurant, club, spa-centre, and world class service. The complex will employee 700 locals. …

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Fixing Healthcare Will Require More than a New Payment System

Fixing Health Care Will Require More than a New Payment System

Many have argued that healthcare systems need to move away from the fee-for-service model. What these arguments often overlook is the challenge of actually managing that change. Even if a new payment system is put in place, there is no guarantee that healthcare providers will change their behavior with patients. …

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Working Long Hours Makes Us Drink More

Working Long Hours Makes Us Drink More

After a busy day at work, perhaps you head down to the pub to have a pint with your flatmates. Or maybe it’s an evening of sake and karaoke with the boss. Or pitchers of margaritas at your office park’s fast-casual restaurant. Work and alcohol: wherever we are, they seem to go together …

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Should Your Voice Determine Whether You Get Hired?

Should Your Voice Determine Whether You Get Hired?

Technology is changing every facet of work, including how companies profile and select their employees. The development of different apps, software, and algorithms has produced many novel methodologies for screening job candidates and evaluating their potential fit for a role or organization. The latest of such methods is voice profiling, …

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