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Armenia Lowers Cognac Production, Steps Up Wine Instead

Armenia Lowers Cognac Production, Steps Up Wine Instead

Armenia, the country that prides itself in its cognac as the historic and national product, has lowered its production to 7,740 thousand liters in the January-June of 2015. This amount is 11,6% less than the quantity produced during the same period of last year.  In the meantime, production of wine …

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5 Best Autumn Places in Georgia

Georgia Autum

Sometimes it is hard to plan a vacation in Georgia, knowing how many interesting places are waiting for you there. We decided to help you a bit by choosing our five favourite autumn destinations – of course, except of Tbilisi, which is always attractive, and Batumi, in all its Indian …

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Georgia Negotiates with EFTA to Establish Free Trade Area

Georgia is taking another step forward cementing its relationship with the European Union (EU) and fulfilling its obligations regarding the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (DCFTA) to establish a free trade area with European Free Trade Association (EFTA) countries. To see Georgia’s DCFTA progress, representatives of EFTA member countries …

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Russia & China to put $15bn in high-speed railway from Moscow to Kazan

Russia expects the new route to be open in 2020, becoming a role model of Russian-Chinese transport and infrastructure cooperation, said Russian President Vladimir Putin. “We have already agreed on the parameters of joint funding for the construction of a high-speed route between Moscow and Kazan, and the amount of …

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Putin Wants to Create a Eurasian Currency

Russian President Vladimir Putin has drafted a bill that aims to eliminate the US dollar and the euro from trade between CIS countries. Putin has already submitted the draft law to the State Duma, reads Kremlin’s press service statement. This move would mean creating a single financial market between Russia, …

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