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Windows 10: Our First Impressions of It

Are you one of those people who avoids using Windows 8?? Well, I was one of them. Going back to Windows 8, using a PC with a keyboard and mouse is awkward, frustrating, and outright confusing, especially when it’s all easy and smooth with tablets and touch-base computing. Well here …

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Bakuriani and Mitarbi Ski Resorts Making Major Developments

Georgia’s iconic ski resort Bakuriani will soon undergo major infrastructure rehabilitation and development to ensure the alpine resort town can cater for the needs of growing tourist numbers. The new project will be carried out through cooperation of public and private sector and involves rehabilitation of the Bakuriani resort and …

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Possible Malaysia Airlines MH370 Debris Found in Madagascar

Municipality workers were working on St. Andre beach on the Reunion Island, the French Department east off the coast of Madagascar on Wednesday, when they suddenly spotted the airplane debris, L’info reports. The men told the news agency they had originally thought to bring the debris on to dry land in order …

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National Wine Agency Found Alternative Markets for Georgian Wine

The National Wine Agency  of Georgia has found alternative markets for Georgian wine. The Agency’s  Chairman explains  CBW that the major markets of Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Belarus are good but unpredictable, as it is difficult to predict how things will develop in political and economic direction. George Samanishvili says that they …

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Test Train Launched via Baku-Tbilisi-Kars in Turkey

A test train has been launched via the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars (BTK) railway on the territory of Turkey, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said at the Chinese-Turkish business forum in Beijing, TRT Haber TV channel reported July 30. President Erdogan also stressed the importance of the BTK project in the field of …

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Electronic Music Festival Opens in Anaklia Today

Electronic Music Festival opens Gem Fest will open in Anaklia today. CBW  was told at the resort hotels that the  hotels are fully booked due to  the electronic music festival Gem Fest and from July 30 to August 7 a quite high demand on  rooms was registered. DJ Armin van …

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Society and Banks: Volume of Overdue Loans Decreased


Many important indicators, which determine the stability of the banking sector, have worsened – the NGO Society and Banks states  based on the banking sector review. The organization says that the economic crisis and devaluation of the national currency caused some problems in the banking sector. While the banks’ assets …

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Cuisines That Deserve World Attention – Georgia Ranked First Place

International media company Mashable, publishes the list of 6 delightful regional cuisines that don’t get enough love, among those cuisines Georgia is lised on the first place.  Mashable  says, Georgia has been overshadowed by its neighboring countries, Russia and Turkey for too many years. Writer talks about special Georgian dish, Acharuli Khachapuri, …

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Agriculture Support Project Ends Successfully

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Tomorrow, Ministry of Agriculture of Georgia, will host press conference on behalf of completing Agriculture Support Project (ASP), which is financed by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD). Deputy Minister of Agriculture – Nodar Kereselidze, IFAD- Project Manager – Ms. Durmishidze and Reclamation Department of the Ministry of Agriculture …

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Hype Around the Law on the NB is Unacceptable for PM

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The Prime Minister of Georgia says the hype around  the separation of supervision service  from the National Bank is categorically unacceptable. PM Gharibashvili made this comment for journalists today, when answering a question about the President’s possible use of the power to veto on the issue. “I think the noise, artificially …

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Largest Investment to be Made for the Revival of Mountain Tourism

Development of tourism infrastructure begins in the resort of Bakuriani. The Memorandum of Cooperation was signed between the state and the private sector at Radisson hotel. The Memorandum was signed by the Ministry of Economy, National Agency for State Property Management, Mountain Resorts Development Company and a representative of  New …

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FOREX-Dollar rebounds against euro, yen as focus turns to Fed

The U.S. dollar rebounded against the euro and yen on Tuesday after traders took profits from gains in those currencies and favored the greenback on expectations that the Federal Reserve could take a hawkish bias in a policy statement on Wednesday. Traders said anticipation that the central bank could reinforce …

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