Daily Archives: September 30, 2015

Eurozone Returns to Deflation in September


The euro area’s inflation rate unexpectedly turned negative in September for the first time in six months. Consumer prices have fallen 0.1 percent from a year earlier, according to a preliminary report published by the European Union’s statistics office on Wednesday. Unemployment in the region remained unchanged in August at …

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National Bank Of Georgia Switches to an Innovative Business-Processing Model

The National Bank of Georgia is introducing a new innovative statistical business processing model in its operations. Sebstat, system the implementation of which has been successfully on-going in the banking system of Georgia, will in the near future replace the existing excel-based statistics accounting by the modern web-program based statistical …

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Antibiotics Misuse Has Drastic Effects on the Georgian Society


In terms of misusing antibiotics, unfortunately Georgia is one of the leading countries in the world. Addiction to psychotropic antibiotics is widespread in the country. The enforcement of the prescription law that came into power in September 2014 seemingly fixed this issue. However, the problem persists. Mirian Tsiklauri a member of Healthcare Committee …

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Georgia is Ready to Fight HIV and Tuberculosis Independently

On September 30, an agreement between the Georgian Government and Global Fund was signed. More than 300 delegates from over 30 countries convened in the Georgian capital for a three-day Regional Dialogue “Road to Success” to discuss the financing of response to infectious diseases in the countries of Eastern Europe and Central …

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World Bank: MFO Borrowers’ Rights should be more Protected in Georgia

The World Bank recommends to more  protect the rights  of the micro-finance organizations’ consumers. It became known after the meeting held in the  Parliament. Tamaz Mechiauri, the  Budget and Finance Committee Chairman, and the first deputy of the Committee’s Chairman Nodar  Ebanoidze,  yesterday met with a group of experts from …

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Swiss Carriages for BTK to be available Next Summer

The Swiss Stadler Rail Group has started the production of passenger cars for operation on the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway. An Azerbaijani delegation inspected the new carriages during the recent visit to Switzerland, according to the Azerbaijani Railways CJSC. The meeting was attended by Chairman of theAzerbaijani Railways Javid Gurbanov, President of …

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12th South Caucasus Media Conference Underway in Georgia

The 12th South Caucasus Media Conference has kicked off in the Georgian capital of Tbilisi. Chief Advisor of Public and Political Affairs Department of the Azerbaijani Presidential Administration Kamran Hasanov, employees of Ministry of Communications and High Technologies and National Television and Radio Council, representatives of the local Media and …

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30th September: International Translation Day

International Translation Day

Happy International Translation Day to all language professionals! On the 30th September each year, the feast-day of St. Jerome, patron saint of translators, interpreters and librarians, is celebrated around the world as the International Translation Day. St. Jerome is known for his writings on theology and for making the bible …

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Nasa Faces Contamination Dilemma Over Mars Water Investigations

Mars Water

Nasa scientists may still be celebrating their discovery of liquid water on Mars, but they now face some serious questions about how they can investigate further and look for signs of life on the red planet. The problem is how to find life without contaminating the planet with bugs from …

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Dimitry Kumsishvili: Georgia’s Business Sector is Expanding

Dimitry Kumsishvili

Georgia’s business sector is growing in a range of directions, generating increased turnover and employing more people with higher salaries. Georgia’s Economy Ministry released information today that revealed 2015 was proving to be a “very successful year” for the business sector in Georgia, with particular gains experienced in the second …

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