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Ship with £1 billion Treasure Trove Found at Bottom of Ocean

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The San Jose was spotted by deep sea camera sent down by experts to examine the wreckage ahead of a planned salvage operation. Although no treasure has yet been spotted, experts remain convinced the vessel is the watery home of a stash of gold and silver coins and jewels . …

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Investors Keep Pulling Cash Out of Turkey

Investors Keep Pulling Cash Out of Turkey

Foreign investors look set to keep pulling their money out of Turkey after dumping a record amount of stocks and bonds this year. Investors from abroad withdrew $7.6 billion from assets in 2015, including $1.4 billion in outflows last month as the party that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan helped found swept …

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Georgian Farmers Need to be Protected from Cheap Turkish Imports

Georgian Farmers Need to be Protected from Cheap Turkish Imports

Georgian peasants and farmers are demanding from the government taking measures to protect the market from cheap Turkish products and increasing customs duties on it. The reason for raising this question is  Russia’s sanctions against Turkey which decreased the cost of Turkish products by almost 40%. According to the head …

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Hard Rock Cafe Opens in Tbilisi

Hard Rock Cafe Tbilisi

Hard Rock international will open in the near future in Tbilisi, according to Georgian hr website. Representatives of cafe are looking for General manager to work in Tbilisi. Hard Rock International, spirited & authentic, a global brand that continues to expand around the world. Since 1971, passionate and talented business leaders have …

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Some Oil Companies Decrease Fuel Prices in Georgia

Part of oil companies decreased fuel prices in Georgia Gasoline prices is significantly reduced in LUKOIL chain. Cost is declined by 10 tetri on the different types of fuel. Today, cost of 1 l Euro Regular amounts to 1.63 GEL; Premium Avant Garde – 79 GEL, Eurosuper – 1,89 GEL. …

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President Trump Would Destroy the Economy — New York Magazine Writes

According to New York Magazine, the Republican favorite Donald Trump would provide a gigantic flush of stimulus to the American economy. The stimulus in the American economy would be provided by way of Trump’s truly big tax cut, but that stimulus would be entirely wiped out by the severe economic dislocations …

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Nino Surguladze Awarded Top Italian Order

Nino Surguladze

World famous Georgian Mezzo-Soprano awarded top Italian order, Ambassador Antonio Enrico and president Giorgi Margvelashvili will participate in awards ceremony. The formal decision to award Surguladze with the prestigious honour was approved by Italy’s President Sergio Mattarella and aimed to highlight the singer’s contribution to friendship and cooperation between Italy …

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Compulsory Pension Saving Scheme – Challenges and International Practices

On December 10, at 11:00 am, presentation and public discussion of the research findings – “Compulsory Pension Saving Scheme– Challenges and International Practices” will be held at Hotel Rooms. The research findings will be presented by Davit Utiashvili, economist.  Aleksi Aleksishvili, the Chairman at Policy and Management Consulting Group (PMCG), …

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