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Georgia: Russian flight ban could cost $300m, experts say

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Georgia: Russian flight ban could cost $300m, experts say

Georgia: Russian flight ban could cost $300m, experts say

Georgia's economy is facing a difficult summer after Russian President Vladimir Putin's decision to ban flights between Russia and Georgia.

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