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Strong Innovation in Frankfurt Trade Fair: Tendence 2016 Heats up

Design should not only observe the ethical style it must likewise have functional simplicity. This will be underscored at the art fair Tendence 2016 in Messe Frankfurt, Germany. Distinguished by future-oriented designs, trends and international products, Tendence, the annual international consumer goods trade fair opens its doors from 27-30th August 2016 …

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World Down Syndrome Day: a Chance to Celebrate Beautiful Lives

Inga Loladze

Inga Loladze wishes she could go back and talk to the sad and devastated woman she was when she feared her unborn child had Down Syndrome. Six years later, she can’t even imagine feeling that way. At the first glimpse of her newborn, Georgian woman knew her daughter had Down syndrome but those sorrowful, scared feelings …

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Georgian Designer Named Balenciaga Artistic Director

Demna Gvasalia

A Georgian designer jumps from underground fashion to haute couture world. Demna Gvasalia the 34-year-old wunderkind designer behind Vetements, has been appointed artistic director of Balenciaga. Georgian designer who is a founder and ringleader of hot Paris fashion label Vêtements, will work at European fashion house Balenciaga. “We really wanted somebody that …

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Jean-Elie Malkin: Georgia Should Put Few Regulations on Pharmaceutical Issues

Jean-Elie Malkin: Georgia Should Put Few Regulations on Pharmaceutical Issues

Conference hall of National Center of Disease Control and Public Health of Georgia (NCDC) hosted a conference on The Quality of Medical Products in Georgia. Minister David Sergeenko, Dr. Jean-Elie Malkin, Dr. Caroline Mascret, Deputy minister Valeri Kvaratskhelia and other members of regulation agency attended the conference. Georgia has signed …

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Mamuka Katsitadze: In Healthcare, We Should Not Save Money

After Universal healthcare and Hepatitis C elimination programs, Ministry of Healthcare of Georgia, has made primary healthcare reform its priority. Preparatory works have already begun. The Ministry, as well as primary care doctors from all over Georgia are involved in it. In this reform, the international consulting company “Global Alliance“, …

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Lali Andriashvili: Primary Health System Services should Be Optional

Doctor of medicine Lali Andriashvili, a head of  the Therapy House, appraises the current situation in the primary health system. Today the primary health system remains in unfavorable conditions, while the medical staff’s professional level is questionable and unreliable, Lali Andriashvili noted. “The primary health system is a very serious …

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Tbilisi 2015: Opening Ceremony, Olympic Festival Begins

The European Youth Olympic Festival 2015 has begun in Georgia’s capital city Tbilisi with a opening ceremony yesterday. Musicians and drummers opened the introductory part of the festival – the largest sporting event ever hosted by Tbilisi – whilst the myth of Argonauts was performed. Paata Burchuladze, Irma Nioradze and other …

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PayPal Market Cap Hits $50bn on First Day of Market Comeback

Online payments giant PayPal has returned to the market, following its spinoff from its former parent company eBay. On the first day of trading the market capitalization hit almost $50 billion, compared to eBay’s $35 billion. PayPal started trading on the Nasdaq Monday under the ticker “PYPL,” the original one …

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The 10 Best Selling Books in Georgia

Georgian bookstores chain Biblus has just released its list of the 10 bestselling books in the country. The bookstore is already prepared  for the summer season, which according to its marketing department is the most active season for readers in Georgia. In this regard, the bookstore offers a discount of …

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