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Georgia: 100 million GEL to be invested in basketball

Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili has stated that the government plans to invest 100 million GEL (about $32,292,440 or EUR 28,577,144) in the development of Georgian basketball. During a meeting with Georgian Basketball Federation President Paata Guraspauli, Garibashvili noted that the launch of a basketball development program for the “popularization of basketball” was also on…


Ukraine: sales of new commercial vehicles up in November 2021

In November, 1,429 new commercial vehicles were purchased and registered on the Ukrainian market, up 1.5-fold YoY, according to the Ukrainian Motor Vehicle Manufacturers Association (Ukrautoprom). Citroen vehicles experienced the biggest demand in November. Ukrainians purchased 272 commercial vehicles of this brand, up almost 3-fold. The second in terms of sales was Renault (234 vehicles…


Lithuania: politicians call for language tests for foreign workers

Lithuanian politicians have proposed harmonising language requirements for all foreigners working in the country’s service sector. Currently, only those with employment contracts must take the Lithuanian language exam. But self-employed foreigners say the exam is unnecessary and would be hard to pass for some. Beardland, a barbershop in Vilnius, employs only foreigners. None of them…