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Daily Archives: October 19, 2016

Home School Moves to New Stage of Distance Studies

Silknet

Five years ago, Silknet company introduced technologically modern cognitive project of Home School, tailored to new generation needs, and the program raised much interest in pupils, teachers and parents. Georgian language and literature, mathematics, geography, history, biology, physics, chemistry, English language – all these subjects were placed in SilkTV menu …

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Imports of Hepatitis C Drug Increased External Trade

Imports of Hepatitis C drugs have contributed in increasing rate of external trade in Georgia, however the rate is declined. In January-September 2016 external merchandise trade (excluding non-declared trade) in Georgia amounted to USD 9104 million, 24 percent higher year-on-year. The exports equaled USD 1512 million (8 percent lower), while …

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Populism is the Enemy of Economy

For a healthy economy only natural disasters are worse than populism, that is hurricanes, inundations, forest fires or grasshopper plague. Yet while the elements are beyond human control, populism is a purely man-made phenomenon. It has several manifestations, each of which has its special repercussions for the country’s economic development. …

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Khachapuri Index, Exchange Rate Dynamics and International Tourism

Khachapuri Index

One glance at the ₾Khachapuri Index chart (for locals) tells the whole story of Georgian agriculture. Left to fend for themselves during the cold winter months, Georgian cows produce very little milk, sending dairy prices through the roof. Conversely, milk production peaks with the arrival of sunny weather and green …

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External Trade of Georgia in January-September 2016

External Trade of Georgia in January-September 2016 (Preliminary) In January-September 2016 external merchandise trade (excluding non-declared trade) in Georgia amounted to USD 9104 million, 24 percent higher year-on-year. The exports equaled USD 1512 million (8 percent lower), while the imports stood at USD 7592 million (34 percent higher). It should …

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