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Brent Oil Slides to 11-Year Low

Brent crude slumped to the lowest price since mid-2004 amid speculation suppliers from the Middle East to the U.S. will exacerbate a record glut as they fight for market share. Futures fell as much as 2.2 percent in London after a 2.8 percent drop last week. Producers are focusing on …

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86% of Banking Profit Accounts for 5 Banks

Foreign Commercial Banks Beware Of Oligopolistic Market In Georgia

As of 11 months of banking sector, 86% of profit accounts for 5 banks. Banks 1.12.15 1.12.14 1.12.13     mln  mln  mln Bank of Georgia 156,373 150,5 113,9 TBC Bank 128,676 106.0    27,8 Cartu Bank   44,612    30,7    90,9 Bank Republic    40,429    32,3    17,4 Liberty …

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Wrong Contestant Crowned at Miss Universe 2015

Beauty pageants are places where grace and poise are meant to rule, but a decidedly awkward moment stole the show Sunday. Miss Universe 2015 host Steve Harvey wrongfully declared Miss Colombia the winner when she was the first runner-up. Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach, the contestant from the Philippines, had won. A …

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Humanity-Georgia Makes Little Patient Wishes Come True

Humanity Georgia

Little cancer patients received special gifts from Humanity Georgia. On 19th of December Georgia celebrates Saint Nicolas day, on this special day 16 of cancer patients received personal computers. According to General Director of Humanity-Georgia Andrey Kuzman, company is happy to make patients cheerful. We live in such times, when …

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