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Mark Zuckerberg and His Wife are Expecting Baby

Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan are expecting a baby girl. Facebook founder Mark Zuckeberg, annonced today. Priscilla and Mark have been together since 2012. Mark devoted a wonderful speech to this new information. We offer you Mark’s post unchanged. “This will be a new chapter in our lives. We’ve already …

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Swiss Central Bank Makes 50bn Swiss Franc Loss

The soaring value of the Swiss franc against the euro has led Switzerland’s central bank to report a first half loss of 50bn francs (£33bn). The bank, which is owned by the Swiss federal government, said the loss could affect its ability to pay a dividend this year. Those dividends …

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Construction of €13m Khorga Substation Begins

Construction of a €13million (32.8 million GEL) substation in western Georgia has officially begun. Today Georgia’s Ministry of Energy officially launched the construction process of the multi-million Euro Khorga substation in Khobi Municipality, Akhalsopeli village. The project, supported by the Asian Development Bank (ADB), was expected to cost €13million (xxx …

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New Pharmaceutical Companies to Operate in Georgia

New pharmaceutical companies will operate on the Georgian market in the near future, Minister of Health Davit Sergeenko told CBW. According to him, at this stage negotiations are underway, so the Minister refrains from specifying  the companies. The Minister  notes  that the emergence of new players in the market will make …

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PMCG: Consumer Prices – January – June, 2015

In June 2015, compared to June 2014, consumer prices increased by 4.5%. In this period, the highest growth of prices recorded on the following categories: In this period, the highest growth of prices recorded on the following categories: Alcoholic beverages and tobacco (11.4%). Among them increased the prices of vodka (28.5%), …

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Iran: New Hope for Global Gas Seekers

Removal of international sanctions on Iran would be a great change on the market of which is holding the world’s highest crude oil reserves. But it’s not only crude oil Iran can supply – the country has the second biggest gas reserves in the world. According to BP’s Statistical Review …

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Euronews: Sun, Sea and Sounds at the Black Sea Jazz Festival

Batumi Jazz Festival 2015 made it to the headlines of the international news agency Euronews. Sun, sea and sounds were on the menu at the Black Sea Jazz festival in Batumi. Every July the quiet seaside resort in Georgia is transformed into a hub for music lovers Euronews wrote about Georgia’s annual Black …

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President Vetoes the Bill on NBG

President George Margvelashvili has vetoed the bill on the National Bank of Georgia at today’s briefing. The bill, which envisages separation of the supervisory service from the National Bank, was submitted to the Presidential Administration on July 22. The President was given ten days to present his observations and carrying …

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The 20 Most Terrifying Places In The World

Are you afraid of the dark? Tales of shadows during the night, strange noises and moving doors have collected in some places more than others and over time, they have earned themselves something of a reputation. In the world, there are hundreds of places you can visit if you’re looking …

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