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Mercedes Beats BMW and Audi in September

Mercedes Beats BMW and Audi in September

Mercedes-Benz was the world’s top luxury-car brand for the third consecutive month in September, surpassing BMW and Audi as demand for coupe-like SUVs helped its sales grow twice as fast as at either competitor. Deliveries at the Daimler AG luxury unit rose 16 percent to 188,400 cars last month, compared with …

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Open Up Your Mind for Traveling to Iran

The way the media across the world has painted the picture of Iran is not the real Iran. Let me tell you as the native of this country: it’s all wrong. I want to show you a fresh new view of Iran, in case you would like to travel there …

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Azerbaijan Railroad to be Connected to Iran

The nationwide railroad of the Republic of Azerbaijan would be connected to the Islamic Republic of Iran through Astara border city, said Iranian Minister of Communications and Information Technology Mahmoud Vaezi. Azerbaijan and Iran will construct a railway to carry a capacity of 5 million tons of goods. This was …

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NDI: 34% of Respondents Consider Themselves Employed

According to the National Democratic Institute (NDI)  survey, 66% of respondents consider themselves unemployed, 34% say they are employed. Noteworthy that compared to the previous survey, the unemployment rate has decreased. In particular, according to the study published by the NDI in May, 67% of respondents did not consider themselves …

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Russia to Resume Gas Supplies to Ukraine from October 12

Gas deliveries to Ukraine will resume on Monday, Russia’s Gazprom CEO Aleksey Miller said, adding that an advance payment for this month’s gas will be made by Kiev on Friday, October 9. Russian gas will be pumped into Ukraine’s underground storage facilities. Ukraine has already accumulated 15.7 bcm of gas, …

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Ilham Aliyev Is Set To Visit Georgia

Ilham Aliyev

A governmental delegation of Azerbaijan led by country’s president Ilham Aliyev is set to visit Tbilisi on November 6. Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili paid an unexpected visit to Baku this weekend and met with Ilham Aliyev. This trip was not announced earlier. Some politicians, experts and media representatives linked …

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Benefits From Free Trade Regime with EU are Miserable

Georgia-EU

Georgia’s exports to the EU market have grown by only 1% after the country signed the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (DCFTA) with the EU. The Authorities expected the agreement to boost Georgia’s exports and investments inflows, but the results are pitiful, the Rezonansi newspaper reads. According to GeoStat, …

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