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Opinion: A Guide to the Seven sins of Overreaching Government

Even banal things can benefit from regulation, but regulators do sometimes make basic conceptual errors There are many good reasons to have regulations. They create the standards and rules that govern a marketplace, give consumers confidence, keep rogue traders at bay and make sure things that should fit together — …

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Comment: Pragmatism on Nicotine Could save Lives

Encouraging safer alternatives to smoking can help end epidemic The regulation of tobacco and nicotine products has become less straightforward. Historically, high taxation and restrictions were aimed at achieving total nicotine abstinence. But product innovation now means that there are increasing numbers of products that allow users to satisfy their …

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How Gift Idea Became a Business

Gultatmani is a knitted items brand which appeared on the market not so long time ago. The idea Mariam Morchiladze came up with to buy a special gift turned into a small startup. She tells more about it. Tell us about you, when did you create your company, who established …

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Wine Homeland Company to Launch Wine Production

A new wine store has opened in Tbilisi. Wine Homeland company aims at popularizing Georgian wines and is oriented on a correct supply of Georgian wines and strong drinks to consumers. Akaki Zerekidze, founder of Wine Homeland company, noted that the company owns recently arranged vineyard in Gori Municipality. The …

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Build Your Life with Terabank

From today on, Terabank is going to start a large scale lottery- Build your life with Terabank! The result of the lottery can be – renewed flat in Vake, 2016 automobile Toyota RAV4, salary of 2000 GEL and trip to any European country. The owner of everything mentioned above will …

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Berlin Film Review: ‘Hostages’

Hostages

“Georgia’s thriving film scene gets a glossily accessible addition in Rezo Gigineishvili’s thrillerish take on a real-life hijacking story. If one of the most interesting developments in world cinema recently has been the emergence of a coherent and impressive national new wave in the former Soviet republic of Georgia, Rezo …

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Georgia Confident Over New IMF Programme, Says Minister

Giorgi Gakharia

Georgia expects to agree a new funding programme with the International Monetary Fund as it seeks to reform its economy and attract more foreign investment, the country’s economy minister said Reuters reported. The IMF started a two-week mission to the former Soviet republic on Feb. 15 after a three-year standby …

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