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The FINANCIAL -- Back in 1991, I attended a big “Whither Socialism” conference hosted by my alma mater, the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. A session I remember most vividly featured a Hungarian dissident, a poet, telling stories about the ineffectiveness of communist propaganda. “Communists”, he told a sympathetic audience, “tried to convince us that jeans can cause impotence in young ...

The FINANCIAL -- Drug policy reform is now at the center of a heated debate in Georgia. Despite the importance of the subject, however, most of the discussions I have heard so far are based on ...

The FINANCIAL -- Georgian medical facilities can offer a range of services to patients from abroad. This may include high technological diagnostics or treatment, complicated techniques in surgery and ...

As climate change and severe weather events are garnering rising numbers of headlines, lenders and institutional investors are increasingly interested in how risks and opportunities associated with ...

The FINANCIAL -- Lot of people thinks on how to become a millionaire. However, considering unemployment, high competition in standard markets, it is not easy goal to achieve. However, people ...

The FINANCIAL -- Interest in bank profitability is increasing every year. Google search data for Georgia shows that in 2017, there were 4,700 pieces (articles, blogs, comments and other documents) ...

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