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12 Unexpected Benefits of Beer


The only thing which is more enjoyable and pleasurable than writing about drinking bear in summer is actually drinking beer in the summer, these days the hot weather in Tbilisi and perhaps lazy days near black sea demands a cold bear!  here is the list of 12 Unexpected Benefits of …

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We Support SOS: New Challenge to Help Beneficiary Children

Georgian actor, Tina Dalakishvili supports SOS Children's Village

SOS Children’s Village and Luca Polare has started a joint campaign “I help SOS Children’s Village”. SOS Children’s Village cares vulnerable children and their families for 20 years. During this time, it has helped 6,425 children. The organization is particularly in need of public support – SOS Children’s Village has gradually moved …

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Let’s Live in a Clean World: Masterclasses for Media

Clean World

“Clean World” hosted master class on behalf of “Let’s Live in a Clean World” for media representatives. After the master class, volunteers were asked to test their knowledge in contest. The winners were revealed by the jury, and the head of the commission – the founder of “Clean World” Apolon Goletiani. Imedi TV …

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Georgian Rugby Team Listed 13th in World Rugby Rankings

Georgian National Rugby Team

World Rugby official website, worldrugby.org, renewed the world rankings. According to recent data Georgia is one position ahead. Georgia outstrip Japan, that takes 14th place. Georgian rugby team will compete in the Rugby World Cup. Team is at Group C with New Zealand , Argentina , Tonga and Nambia. First match team plays …

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Competition Agency Keeps Examining Major Markets

competition agency

Monopolist companies in the pharmaceutical, wheat, kerosene, gas, coffee and other major markets may be imposed penalty sanctions in the near future. As reported, for the first time in Georgia, the Competition Agency has exposed a cartel collusion of major oil products importers. The companies have to pay 55 million …

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Kopenbur Deceives Beneficiaries


Kopenbur insurance company is considered a new player in the Georgian insurance sector. Besides life and health insurance products, the company also provides a wide spectrum of insurance services with a focus on a vehicle insurance package and competitive tariffs. Nevertheless, the market monitoring has showed the company provides ambiguous …

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Parliament Did a Central Bank a Favor

Parliament Ddid a Central Bank a Favor

An interview with the expert George  Khukhashvili Presidential veto on the decision of the Parliament to strip the National Bank  of a supervisory role  was evaluated by representatives of the ruling majority as political. At the same time, the President said that the veto is not an instrument of political confrontation. …

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People Need to Develop Their Own Health Care Culture

Medical Group

Director of “Medical Group” Dr.Nana Lapiashvili, talks about planned reform of Primary Healthcare. According to her, first of all, preventive services should be promoted in healthcare sector. Implementation of Primary Healthcare reform is necessary, to prevent diseases on early stages, It is also necessary to have a lot of healthy people in …

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Greek Stock Exchange to Reopen after Five Weeks

Greek Stock Exchange to Reopen after Five Weeks

All eyes will be on Greece’s embattled banks on Monday when the Athens stock exchange reopens after a five-week shutdown over the country’s debt crisis, with traders bracing for a volatile session. Bank shares are expected to be particularly affected as the country’s lenders are in a vulnerable position because …

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