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Samsung Misjudged Demand for its Flagship Smartphone

Samsung experienced supply difficulties from higher-than-expected market demand for the Galaxy S6 Edge, the company said in a statement released alongside their second quarter financial results. The company also saw fewer shipments of older, middle and low-end phones. Still, Samsung saw a bump in its mobile revenue, pushing the company’s …

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Renewed Resort of Mitarbi to Receive First Tourists in 2017

The company GRDC plans to create the equivalent of a 4-star hotel in Mitarbi. The company’s CEO states CBW that GRDC is one of the largest development companies  in Georgia which shows a great interest in the resort zones. Levan Karalashvili says  a few years ago a number of areas were …

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Mamuka Katsitadze: In Healthcare, We Should Not Save Money

After Universal healthcare and Hepatitis C elimination programs, Ministry of Healthcare of Georgia, has made primary healthcare reform its priority. Preparatory works have already begun. The Ministry, as well as primary care doctors from all over Georgia are involved in it. In this reform, the international consulting company “Global Alliance“, …

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11 Clothing and Style Hacks for the Modern Gentleman

Every day you button your clothes, roll up your shirt sleeves, and pick out your shoes. But what if I told you the way you go about doing these things is all wrong (or at the very least ill-informed)?  From packing your suit the wrinkle-free way to keeping your rolled-up sleeves from unfurling, heed these 11 clothing …

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Georgia’s Agriculture Ministry Shares Results of Agriculture Support Project (ASP)

Today the Ministry of Agriculture of Georgia summarized its progress and accomplishments within the Agriculture Support Project (ASP), financed by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) The Deputy Minister of Agriculture Nodar Kereselidze, IFAD Project Manager Ms Durmishidze and Ministry’s Head of Reclamation Department Valerian Mchedlidze presented the outcomes …

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UN: India Will Be World’s Most Populous Country by 2020

Two years ago according to the projection made by United Nations, the population of India will surpass the world’s most populated country, China. The most recent updates from Wednesday, surprisingly, reported the change in rate is faster than expected which allows this change to happen by 2020, instead of 2028. …

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Eter Liparteliani Wins Third Gold Medal For Georgia

Eter Liparteliani Georgian judoka, defeated Polish opponent and gained the third gold medal for Georgia. It is worth mentioning that earlier today, Mzia Beboshvili won in the 52 kgs category against dutch Ilse Buren, thus gaining the second Golden medal within the Games. In Judo, Georgia has already gained three gold …

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Mzia Beboshvili Gains Another Gold Medal For Georgia

Georgian Judoka Mzia Beboshvili wins another gold medal for Georgia. Mzia Beboshvili won in the 52 kgs category against dutch Ilse Buren, thus gaining the second Golden medal within the Games. At the beginning of the match Georgian athlete made a Yuko to opponent . Dutch sportsman bound third minute and earned …

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Georgian Govt is the Major Contributor in Hepatitis C Elimination Program

Guram Adamashvili, CEO of NGO “Position” gave feedback on the progress of Georgia’s Hepatitis C elimination program. “I believe that the elimination of hepatitis C program is very important because, the patients within this program, were given a chance to defeat the virus and recover. Major contribution should be credited to the …

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Georgia Joins EU Sanctions against Russia

Georgia has officially joined the EU sanctions against Russia, a declaration posted on the European Council’s webpage informs. The declaration refers to annexation of Crimea and Sevastopol. As reported, six countries aside from Georgia have also joined the economic sanctions on Russia.  On 19 June 2015, the Council extended the …

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Hotels not Ready for the Introduction of Service Quality

With the activation of the holiday season in Georgia, criticism of the low level of service in hotels and restaurants is also intensified. This season a low level of services and high prices are a particular  subject  of criticism. This is due to  the fact that so far minimum standards compliance …

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