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Daily Archives: January 9, 2018

MIT Students to Conduct Training Session for Children in Tech Park Georgia

With the help of Georgia’s Innovation and Technology Agency MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) students will conduct the training session for children in Tech Park Georgia. Little Bits is an easy, fun electronic constructor, which allows any interested person to get to know the basics of electronics, by creating easy …

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Bitfury Group: We Have Used no Preferences and Privileges in Georgia

BitFury Group has released a special statement to answer allegations related to electricity price growth reasons: “BitFury Group reacts to the recent statements made by politicians. We would like to openly express an official position that BitFury company is a major global technology company (with about 1 billion capitalization). In …

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Qatar Airways Launches Its First Global Sales Promotion of 2018, With Exciting Prizes and Discounts Across All Cabin Classes

Special ‘Companion Offer available on the airline’s award-winning First Class and Business Class cabins Double Qmiles earned on all bookings made from 9-16 January 2018 Qatar Airways is delighted to announce its first global sales campaign of the year, the popular ‘Global Travel Boutique,’ offering passengers amazing discounts across all …

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Wizz Air Adds Kutaisi-Vienna Route

The low-cost airline Wizz Air opens a new base in the Austrian capital Vienna Airport and adds 17 new routes. With flights to Rome, Dortmund, Gdansk, Larnaca, Tel Aviv, Wizz Air airplanes will also plan to Kutaisi direction starting from November 15. According to the airline, the sale of tickets …

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Georgia Turns into Regional Hub for Vehicles Supply

Tbilisi Traffic Jams

Georgia has turned into a regional hub for vehicles supply, Giorgi Surguladze, head of Caucasus Auto Imports company told the BM.Ge news agency. Despite the new regulations, automobiles importer companies positively appraise the year of 2017. Raising excise tax on fuel and automobile imports has not reduced sales, Giorgi Surguladze …

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KTW to open Akhasheni Resort in February

Kakhetian Traditional Winemaking (KTW) to open a hotel Akhasheni Resort in the village Akhasheni, Kakheti in February 2018-GBC reports. Company is seeking for hotel personnel. In October of last year, the Bank of Georgia financed the DCFTA project. The hotel’s investment value is 2.3 million dollars. The hotel will include …

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The Polish-Georgian Chamber of Commerce was Created in Georgia

For the first time in Georgia, the Polish-Georgian Chamber of Commerce and Economy was created. 20 Polish and Georgian organizations in various sectors participated in the creation of the Chamber. The Polish Embassy in Georgia was also involved in the processes, as well as the Embassy of Georgia in Poland. …

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Microsoft Suspends Bitcoin Payments

Microsoft has stopped taking Bitcoin payments. Bleeping Computer reported, Microsoft support called the move temporary, a response to high transaction fees and volatility in Bitcoin’s price. Microsoft-owned Expedia continues to accept Bitcoin payments as of this writing. Bleeping Computer noted that Microsoft has twice suspended payments in the past, after first accepting the …

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