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Pope to Allow all Priests to Forgive Abortion During Holy Year

Pope Francis will give all priests discretion during the Roman Catholic Church’s upcoming Holy Year to formally forgive women who have had abortions, in the Argentine pontiff’s latest move towards a more open and inclusive church. In Church teaching, abortion is such a grave sin that those who procure or …

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Georgian Food Catches Great Attention At Riga Food Festival

Riga food

From September 3-5 Georgia will participate at the 20th Riga Food Festival – an annual international festival bringing together cuisine from all over the world. The event is the Baltic region’s largest food show and this year is hosting cuisines from 36 nations. Georgian juice and jam company Kula, nut factories Nutex, Euronuts …

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10 Reason To Invest in Georgia

Invest In Georgia

Georgia is getting more and more investors from around the world, investors from Iran, Netherlands, Azerbaijan, China, India and other. Why to invest in Georgia? We have 10 reasons why you need to invest in Georgia. 1. Wide region market –  According to investingeorgia , Georgia’s liberal trade regimes provide investors …

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Gazprom’s Profit Grew by Approx. 50% in Past Six Months


Russian state oil company Gazprom’s net profit has grown by approximately 50% in the past six months, amounting to 691 billion rubles, compared to the same period of 2014. Gazprom’s impressive profit boost can be observed in its latest financial report for June 2015. The rise in Gazprom’s revenue is partly …

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Dubai Property Prices Fall Most in the World

Dubai Real Estate

Dubai property prices fell by 12.2 percent during the past year, the largest drop in the world The decline in the twelve months through June was the biggest in 56 mainstream residential markets and larger than the 12 percent fall in real estate prices in Ukraine, which has been hit …

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TBC Gallery Hosts Rezo Kezeli’s Photo Exhibition

rezo kezeli

From August 30th TBC bank hosts Rezo Kezeli’s exhibition “The man with accordion”. In the beginning of 90-ies,  in the storehouses of the Institute of Physics negatives of unknown photographer were found, which were saved by chance. If it hadn’t happened, 20th century Georgian history of photography, and in particular, the …

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Interview with EastPoint Mall Marketing Director Tea Lominadze

Georgians have been observing the construction of EastPoint Tbilisi mall on the Kakheti Highway for the past year. Everyone is curious to see what the outcome of the long construction will be like. The country’s yet largest mall is set to open its doors on September 12, 2015 with Nino …

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First International Architecture Showroom to be Held in Tbilisi this Fall

Architectural Forum

“The first international architecture showroom The Architectural Forum of Caucasus 2015 is going to be held in Tbilisi in late October,” the founder of the forum Giorgi Maisuradze told CBW. Architectural Forum was founded in 2012 by George Maisuradze and Co-founders, Elene Machaidze, Mariam Gvazava, Beka Kakabadze and Anna Gulisashvili. The …

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Indian Companies Invest in Georgia

Indian Investors in Georgia

Business ties between Georgia and India is growing. After investing in Georgia’s energy sector, now Indian companies are showing their interest in the country’s hotel and hospitality sector. Representatives from large Indian companies Unique Mercantile India and Apna Punjab are in Georgia on their second visit to learn more about …

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PM to Speak about Staff Changes Today

PM: Government not to be Involved in a Dispute over Rustavi 2

Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili will make a statement about governmental changes today. The PM’s press conference is appointed for 11:00. Reports say several changes will be carried out in the government. Namely, reportedly Foreign Minister Tamar Beruchashvili will be replaced by Minister of Economy Giorgi Kvirikashvili, while Tbilisi Vice …

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