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Daily Archives: September 23, 2015

Oil Prices Fall Ahead of Inventory Data

U.S. oil prices slid Tuesday on expectations that data would show U.S. stockpiles of crude oil and refined products at a record high. Prices erased some losses late in the session, with gasoline and diesel prices turning positive on a report that a major pipeline had closed some of its …

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Internet Market Is Saturated With Provider Companies, But Monopoly Still Runs

How the 2 billion GEL Universal Internetization Project Proceeds On August 14, 2015 the Georgian Economy Ministry Agency for Innovations and Technologies sealed an agreement with Detecon company, a member of the German Deutsche Telekom Group. The agency announced an inauguration of developing universal high-speed internet infrastructure in Georgia. Under …

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“Strong Partner with Interest in Developing East-West Transport Corridor”

Nodar Chichinadze President of the Association of Young  Financiers and Businessmen (AYFB) Establishment of tight economic relations with the world’s one of the major and quickly-growing economies should be positively appraised. Any visit, especially on the level of top officials, is of crucial importance. Similar visits signify both parties prioritize enhancement …

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8 Cool New Things you Can Do With Siri

One of the most noticeable changes in Apple’s new iPhone update is a more powerful Siri. The new Siri in iOS 9 isn’t just a question-and-answer machine — she can predict what you want to do or who you want to talk to before you even ask. But Siri has …

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Young Couple’s Scenic Mountain Wedding in Georgia’s Kazbegi

The online wedding magazine Magnolia Rouge featured a Georgian couple’s wedding in Kazbegi. Photos are taken by wedding photographers ANNA & ALEX, who themselves are a couple. (Maybe that is the secret to their charming photos). The photos are taken at the most scenic hotel in Kazbegi, Rooms Hotel. You can view the …

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Tehran and Moscow to Develop Business Cooperation

“Tehran and Moscow are now mulling use of their national currencies in their trade exchanges,” Deputy Chairman of Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry G.G. Petrov said on Tuesday. Prospects of mutual cooperation between Iran and Russia are very promising and it is expected that existing hurdles would be removed …

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