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Traders more open to alternative investments such as Gold

Gold has moved back into negative territory for 2015 after a strong beginning brought the promise of a potential recovery in the yellow metal following the sharp losses witnessed since the peak in 2011. Uncertainty related to the potential introduction of a full scale round of quantitative easing from the …

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Georgian statue was presented among world masterpieces

An ancient statue dating back to the Bronze Age but recently discovered in Georgia is being showcased for the first time alongside some of the most important masterpieces of the ancient world at an exhibition in Italy. The sculpture is one of dozens being presented at the Italian exhibition, titled …

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Windows 10 will be released in summer

Windows 10 release date

Windows 10 will be released as a free download this summer, in 190 countries and 111 languages. The company said at launch that the update would be release later this year, but it confirmed today that it would be coming in the coming months.

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Amazing 3D paintings

WHAT IS 3D STREETPAINTING? A 3D streetpainting is actually called an anamorphic painting. Anamorphosis is the technique used to distort a picture in such a way that from a vantage point it looks correct. Normally you would view a picture in front of you, a 3D painting is on the …

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Visit of NATO Survey Team to Georgia

Georgia hosted the NATO survey team yesterday, March 17th. The scoping team arrived in Georgia to conduct initial assessment of Georgia’s capabilities and exiting infrastructure in order to identify the requirements and plan specific actions to successfully implement the Joint Training and Evaluation Center’s Project. The team was led by …

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Europe will Get Natural Gas via Georgia

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Azerbaijani counterpart Ilham Aliyev attend the ceremony marking the start of work on the $10 billion pipeline in Turkey’s Kars region, part of a drive aimed at reducing dependence on Russian gas. The 1,850- kilometer Trans-Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline (TANAP) pipeline, which is due …

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“White Magnolia” Project to be Completed in Batumi in a Month

“White Magnolia” project carried out by “Center Point” company in Batumi will be completed in about a month. Maya Rcheulishvili, one of the founders of the company, states “Commersant” that  lifts and lightning conductors are left to be installed. Maya Rcheulishvilis notes that all apartments  have been sold and it’s …

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Revenue Service Illegally Fines the Hotels

The Revenue Service illegal fines  the hotels. We are talking about the cases of the currency exchange  when  the hotel’s clients pay in dollars and afterwards their money is converted. Under the Georgian  legislation,  payment in dollars is banned in the territory of Georgia, except for the free industrial zones, …

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