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Daily Archives: July 2, 2015

Batumi-Georgia’s Top Black Sea Resort

Batumi is a seaside city on the Black Sea cost and capital of Ajara. Batumi serves as an important port and commercial center. City include shipbuilding, food processing, and light manufacturing, most of its economy revolves around tourism. Since 2010, the face of the city has been transformed by the construction …

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Nikoloz Basilashvili Wins Second Round of Wimbeldon

Nikoloz Basilashvili beats Spanish opponent  Felliciano Lopez, who appears to be world’s 15th rocket at Wimbledon. Georgia’s first rocket won the game with the score of 3:6, 6:2, 4:6. The Georgian player will face Spanish Roberto Bautista in the third round of Wimbledon. Player, defeated Argentinian Facundo Bagnis on the …

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Georgia Red Cross Society: Response to Flood Crisis

On June 13, the capital of Georgia, Tbilisi was devastated by a catastrophic flash flood that raged through the city. As one of the first responders, sharing the auxiliary role to state authorities, the Georgia Red Cross Society (GRCS) started its operational activities from the early morning. Prepared to respond …

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Construction Manufacturing Plant Opens in Georgia

A multi-million dollar construction manufacturing plant for producing vital building materials has opened in Georgia. Plant will produce polyurethane sandwich panels that are primarily used in industrial construction. The goal of the production factory was to replace imports of industry goods and provide the local market with competitive local products. …

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Bakuriani Resort Opens for First Summer Season

One of the top ski resorts in Georgia, Bakuriani is welcoming visitors for the summer season for the first time. Bakuriani is a very famous winter and summer resort in the Borjomi district of Georgia. But from July first Bakuriani has officially opened  2015 summer season. Instead of skiing, snowboarding or …

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Another Review of Georgia as Wine and Food Destination

Another positive review of Georgia as the emerging destination for wine and food appeared. This time Susan Shain, a travel blogger at Mashable.com, writes her impressions of visiting the former Soviet Republic. The author writes how Georgia’s expectations being a primary wine destination were justified for her from the get-go: …

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Tsipras Letter Concedes on Many Major Points

Demonstrators backing a “yes” vote in Sunday’s referendum in front of the Greek parliament It may have come a few days too late, but Alexis Tsipras, the Greek prime minister, appears to have conceded on a whole raft of outstanding differences between his government and its international bailout creditors. According to …

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List: Beyonce,Oprah and Other Influential Women on $10 bill

$10 bill will feature a female face alongside Alexander Hamilton For the first time in more than 120 years, a woman is set to appear on US paper currency. The Treasury announced  that a portrait of a woman would appear on $10 bills to be introduced in 2020, on the 100th …

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Global Food Prices Drop to a Five-Year Low

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International food prices decreased by 14% between August 2014 and May 2015, dropping to a five-year low, according to the latest edition of Food Price Watch.  Cheap oil contributed to abundant global supplies of food in 2014 and prospects of a bumper crop for wheat, maize and rice in 2015—factors …

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World Bank Allocates $60m to Georgia

Georgia’s two regions are the focus of World Bank‘s development project that will reinvigorate these two regions and grow their tourism potential and local economies. Residents of the Mtskheta-Mtianeti and Samtskhe-Javakheti regions will benefit from improved public and tourism infrastructure thanks to a $60 million USD development loan from the World …

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