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Tbilisi Gold Exchange on the Brink of Closure

Tbilisi Gold Exchange on the Brink of Closure

Tbilisi Gold Exchange is on the brink of closure – as the traders say, all of them are registered in the status of individual entrepreneurs and each week on average five people  cease the  business. “Of course, they are replaced by others, but many of those who came prefer to …

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Data Center Opened in Tbilisi Ffree Industrial Zone

Data Center Opened in Tbilisi Ffree Industrial Zone

Virtual currency mining giant BitFury opened a data center equipped with innovative 40 MW energy efficient cooling system in Tbilisi free industrial zone located  in Gldani district. The event was attended by Prime Minister, Economy and Finance Ministers, as well as representatives of diplomatic corps and the company’s officials. As the …

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Edgar Isaakyan reveals sensory marketing ins and outs

Red or green? Soul jazz or Indie? Which colors, smells and sounds will encourage gamblers to stay in your casino and not to turn to your business competitors? Edgar Isaakyan, gambling market expert will speak about factors which have a crucial impact on clients’ behavior at the subconscious level http://g3congress.ge/en#tab=conference …

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What People Searched For Most in 2015, According to Google

Google search

The tragic story of Lamar Odom, the former basketball star found unconscious in a Nevada brothel in October, captivated Google users in 2015. His name was the top trending search term of the year, Google revealed on Wednesday. In the U.S., he was followed by the movies “Jurassic Park” and …

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Georgia Celebrates Barbaroba

Barbaroba

Orthodox Georgians are today celebrating Saint Barbara’s Day – the great Martyr who was tortured by her own father after she converted to Christianity. Many Georgian orthodox believers celebrate the day but traditions are varied and comprise of superstitious and pagan rituals, despite Georgia being one of the oldest Christian …

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New Year in Georgia: Traditions and Peculiarities

New Year in Georgia

In recent years, Georgia has adopted many modern traditions: new dishes on the festive table, celebrations in a restaurant or a club instead of traditionally family dinner… But some things remain the same always, and if you decide to spend the New Year holidays here, you will surely spot them! …

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SOCIETE GENERALE to Open Large Credit Line to Georgia

SOCIETE GENERALE

SOCIETE GENERALE will open large credit line to Georgia for acquiring defense equipment. The matter concerns to a credit line of 47 835 326.78 EUR, which has been signed between Georgia and SOCIETE GENERALE on December 8. the credit will be allocated within the frame of “COFACE Credit Line Agreement …

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PPP and Health Ministry’s Plans to Open Four New Clinics in Georgia

Valeri Kvaratskelia

Public-Private Partnership (PPP) law that will allow a future co-ownership and co-management of medical institutions between the state and the private sector is currently being drafted by Georgia’s Ministry of Economy. Deputy Minister of Health, Valeri Kvaratskhelia held a press conference outlining the Ministry’s current and future infrastructural projects. Kvaratskhelia noted that …

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