The Soviet glory is gone from Georgia’s model industrial city. Efforts to restore its fortunes have so far only burnished the rust. RUSTAVI, Georgia–Last summer, Tariel Chanturishvili went to bed and did not rise. Instead, this 55-year-old former employee of the Azoti Chemical Factory simply left a message saying “I can’t stand how our factory […]
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