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Archive by 2012-12-24
Trade turnover between Iran and Armenia must reach $ 3 billion 2012-12-24 15:43 Leaders of Iran and Armenia set a goal to increase the volume of the annual turnover to $ 3 billion.
Ivanishvili and Putin can meet in Davos 2012-12-24 14:38 Prime Minister of Georgia Bidzina Ivanishvili does not exclude a possibility of meeting with top officials of Russia during the economic forum in Davos.
Saakashvili's and Klitschko's Parties will cooperate 2012-12-24 13:41 The Ukrainian Democratic Alliance for Reform of Vitali Klitschko (UDAR) and the party of Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili "United National Movement" have signed a cooperation agreement.
Georgia won't suspend construction of Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway 2012-12-24 12:55 Georgia has no plans to suspend construction of the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway.
Georgian government had tricked peasants
A table grape is not something uncommon at the Georgian markets. It is of excellent quality and appearance. The demand is great, especially now, in advance of the holidays. But a buyer who wants to buy grapes today in Tbilisi is more likely to meet the Armenian, imported. At the same time, the grape from Kakheti is rotting in refrigerators. The government has allowed import of Armenian grapes to the Georgian market, which is why local farmers are on the verge of bankruptcy.
No happiness in Georgia
Inhabitants of Armenia and Georgia are the most miserable in the world. This is evidenced by the results of a study conducted by Gallup Company. The list of the happiest countries is led by Paraguay and Panama. Russia has taken the 118 position of 148 countries. Singapore closes the list; the second lowest is Armenia; Georgia is on the fourth line from the bottom. GTimes correspondent wondered what was the reason for such pessimistic mood among the people from Caucasian countries. Experts differed in opinion.2012-12-24 18:19
Government changes, the price remains
The issue of electricity prices is one of the most acute for Georgian citizens. Few people can afford to freely pay for power. Georgian Dream's one of the main pre-election campaign promises was to reduce electricity rates. However, it turns out that the power is unlikely to become cheaper.
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