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Online Dating Safety Tips

Compared to the “real world” dating, some people view online dating as less safe.

Nothing can be further from the truth!

The opinion probably persists due to the fact that in real life we usually meet people who were introduced to us by someone we know and trust, or in a transparent situation, such as at work or school/university.

But because no one introduces you to your online dates, this does not mean online dating is unsafe – quite the opposite!

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Ukraine Online Dating Fraud And Scams – Facts

Ukraine Online Dating Fraud And Scams – Facts You Must Know

With the development of Internet communications, many people have discovered for themselves a range of wonderful opportunities for making new acquaintances, finding new friends and even their mates for life. In fact, Ukrainian and Russian brides top the list of the best online dates in the world.

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How does a GPS tracking system work?

How does a GPS tracking system work?

Global Positioning System (GPS) is a worldwide radio-navigation system formed from the constellation of 24 satellites and their ground stations. The Global Positioning System is mainly funded and controlled by the U.S Department of Defense (DOD). The system was initially designed for the operation of U. S. military. But today, there are also many civil users of GPS across the whole world. The civil users are allowed to use the Standard Positioning Service without any kind of charge or restrictions.

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About GPS

GPS – A Short Introduction

GPS, which stands for Global Positioning System, is a satellitenavigation system that can ascertain the latitude and longitude of a GPS receiver device on the Earth.  The GPS consists of more than two dozen global positioning satellites orbiting the earth. Each satellite transmits radio signals, which can help determine the location, speed and direction of travel of users equipped with GPS receivers. To ensure that the whole world is covered by the constellation of the GPS satellites, they are so arranged that four satellites are positioned in each of six orbital planes.

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Ukraine’s Business Culture

Ukraine’s Business Culture

Doing business in Ukraine is different from doing business in other countries, especially the U.S., England, Germany, and other northern and central European countries. Here we’ll look at what foreign expatriates say about how Ukraine’s business culture differs from other countries. Don’t be surprised that most of the comments here are negative. Ukraine’s culture is not by nature very production-oriented, and it may not be the easiest place to do business, but Ukraine has other virtues — for example, it is a great place to make friends, meet interesting people, and have fun.

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The Registration of the Right to Real Estate Ownership

Modern society requires that ownership, especially ownership of immovable property has to be securely protected. Undoubtedly, the most important measure in this area is the registration of property. Registration of title to real property is a formal recognition and verification of the change or termination of real estate ownership by making the relevant entry in the State Register of legal rights to real estate.

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Traveler Tips, Ukraine

Traveler Tips, Ukraine

Traveling to Ukraine
Most international flights go to the Boryspil International Airport in Kiev, about 40km (25mi) south-east of the centre. The airport at Lviv, about 8km (5mi) west of its centre, has connections with Warsaw, Prague, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London and Chicago. Odessa’s airport is about 12km (7mi) south-west of downtown, and has flights to and from Vienna and Moscow.
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UKRAINE GOT A BRAND NEW TAX CODE IN 2011

UKRAINE GOT A BRAND NEW TAX CODE IN 2011

On 19 November the Ukrainian Parliament has passed the Tax Code. The deputies of the Parliament are giving themselves a few more days to finalize this document and submit it to the President for signature. The Head of the Parliamentary Committee for Tax and Customs policy – which is in charge of the development of the Code – publicly stated that major disputed provisions of the Tax Code have been agreed upon with the presidential administration and that a veto of the Code would be highly unlikely.

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