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Georgian Yard-Keeper who Shares his Salary with 13 Homeless Children

Ltd Tbilservice Group has launched a new initiative Yard-Keeper Diaries, in which the government company will share personal stories of its workers. The first story of this series has already won hearts of the Georgian readers after its appearance on the news agency iPress.ge.  38-year old Ilia Chokheli is Tbilservice Group’s …

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ISET will Present its Study on Business Confidence Tomorrow

After being steadily optimistic for most of 2014 and in the first quarter of 2015, Georgia’s business confidence dropped by 24.5 points to an all-time low level of 3.6 on a scale of [-100; 100] points. The survey, which included 168 firms, suggests that business confidence declined on all measures, …

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Mamuka Gorgodze Among Rugby’s Top Hard men

Telegraph – Georgian national team player Mamuka Gorgodze, was named among rugby’s top hard men. The tragic death of Jerry Collins has robbed the world of one of the hardest men to ever play the game telegraph decided to make a list of hardest rugby players of the world. Telegraph …

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Government Must Ensure NBG’s Independence — IMF

National Bank Expects the Exchange Rate to Stabilize in the Near Future

In response to press inquiries, Mr. Azim Sadikov, IMF Resident Representative in Georgia has disseminated the following comment: The International Monetary Fund has not taken, and cannot take a view on the issues related to justice and individuals’ relation with the law. This is not our mandate. In its dialogue …

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Georgian Actresses Denied British Visa – The Guardian

The Georgian actors were invited to the annual festival Flair15 by the festival’s director, Neil Mckenzie, although Britain’s Embassy in Georgia declined them a VISA. The official reason was their possible wish to migrate to Britain, writes the British publication, Guardian. The girls are young, and their income and bank …

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Vardi-2014: ENPARD’s Success Story from Abasha

ENPARD presents successful agricultural cooperative, which has already used the opportunity offered by the European Union and has received the first results. ENPARD, in cooperation with its regional partner Care International has financed women’s recently established cooperative “Vardi-2014.” Behind this project there is a strong group of five women who …

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Dogs of Tbilisi

Check out photos of Tbilisi Dogs by Georgian blog on tumbrl http://dogsoftbilisi.tumblr.com Source: Dogs of Tbilisi

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Wall Street Journal: The Woman Seeking a MAP of Georgia

The Wall Street Journal an international daily newspaper with a special emphasis on business and economic news published an article about Georgia’s Minister of Defense, Tinatin Khidasheli’s visit to Brussels. The article by Natali Bendavid is titled “The Woman Seeking a MAP of Georgia” talks about Georgia’s prospects at joining NATO. Tinatin …

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Tourist Boom in Georgia, Azerbaijan Offers Model for Combating Low Oil Prices

Georgia and Azerbaijan, two South Caucasus countries that offer breathtaking natural beauty, architectural treasures and rich histories, are going all-out to develop their tourism industries. In petroleum-rich Azerbaijan’s case, tourism development will help counter a drop in oil prices that many experts say will last for years. In Georgia’s case, …

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Marijuana Decriminalization Protest Held in Georgia

Today Protest Action demanding Marijuana Decriminalization was held in Tbilisi,Batumi, Zugdidi and Bolnisi, for the third time already. Protesters were demanding to stop arresting people who consume marijuana and to protest forcing people to drug tests. Protests begun in 2013 and takes place annually, on June 2. “We demand from …

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