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Georgia home to 7.3 million chickens

The number of chickens in Georgia is at an all-time high. The National Statistics Office of Georgia, Geostat, released preliminary data of its annual survey of agriculture and livestock numbers, which showed in 2014 the number of livestock (cattle, pigs, and sheep and goats) in Georgia reached a seven year …

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Georgia appears at leading tourism fair in Budapest

Georgia’s tourism agencies are spreading the word about things to see and do in Georgia at a leading international tourism fair in Budapest, Hungary. The country’s National Tourism Agency supported a number of local tourism outlets at the ‘Travel in Budapest 2015’ international tourism fair, which was held last week …

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Georgia intends to attract more tourists in 2015

Georgia intends to attract more tourists in 2015, than it was in previous years. Georgian Tourism Administration said the country will host three large-scale events in 2015: the European Youth Olympic Festival, the UEFA Super Cup and the Annual Meeting of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). It …

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What Your Favorite Wine Says About You

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Find out what your favorite wine says about your personality. Although, to be fair, as long as you’re drinking wine, there is already something very correct about you. If you love Malbec… You have a box full of adult toys and you like to dip your pizza crust in ranch. …

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Georgia’s monthly inflation rate in January amounts to 0.2 %

Georgia’s monthly inflation rate in January 2015 amounts to 0.2 percent, revealed the latest data from the National Statistics Office of Georgia (Geostat). In the reporting period the inflation rate is formatted following the price changes of alcohol, cigarettes, vegetables and other basic needs.

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Georgia’s GDP increases by 6% for first three quarters of 2014

Georgia’s GDP increased by 5.9 percent for the first three quarters of 2014, the Georgian Statistics Committee said. The largest share in the GDP growth for the period accounted for the construction sector (1.2 percent), the industry (1.1 percent) and trade (1.1 percent). During the reporting period, the volume of …

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German Loan To Strengthen Georgian-Armenian Energy Ties

The Armenian government secured a 85.2 million euro (105.6 million USD) loan from Germany aimed at facilitating a new transmission line between the national power grids of Georgia and Armenia. Germany’s KfW bank disbursed the loan through an agreement which was signed by one of its executives in Yerevan, along …

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