More and more cars, some ancient, are crowding into Tbilisi, burning a gasoline that may not meet basic standards. And it’s getting hard to breathe. by Nino Chimakadze TBILISI | In 2007 Paata Genqadze bought a 7-year-old Volkswagen Jetta. He promptly removed the catalytic converter because, although gasoline sold in Georgia is labeled as unleaded, […]

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