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Russia’s Power Grip Over Baltics Ending With Billion-Euro Cables

Russia's Power Grip Over Baltics Ending With Billion-Euro Cables

A quarter of a century after breaking free from the Soviet Union, the Baltic states are finally getting rid of their electricity dependence too. One of two new cables costing 1.1 billion euros ($1.2 billion), connecting Lithuania to Poland, started on Wednesday, according to grid managers. Commercial flows on the …

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KFC to Open First Outlet in Tibet

KFC to Open First Outlet in Tibet

KFC is expected to open its first restaurant in Tibet next year, as part of a regional push that will see it expand in China and shake off food scares and marketing blunders that have severely dented sales in that country. A franchisee will open the KFC restaurant in the …

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NBG President: This YearBudget Spending was more Equal than Ever

National Bank Expects the Exchange Rate to Stabilize in the Near Future

Unlike 2013-14, the budget spending was more equal in this fiscal year than ever, – President of the National Bank of Georgia (NBG) George Kadagidze said when he was asked whether the budget had a negative impact on the lari  exchange rate. “This year, the budget spending was  equal as …

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Dara1981 is a New Georgian Font

Dara1981 is a new Georgian font

The idea of creating it was born in cold and dark Georgia when Georgian was not used and even its scrip was not taken into account. The working on this font ended in 2015. The font is considered for vast size captions and titles such as posters and banners, as well …

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