DON’T GIVE BIRTH IN GEORGIA.

Publication: Monitor Volume: 1 Issue: 14

Tbilisi authorities have established new chargesfor delivering a baby at a state hospital, Krasnaya zvezda said May 16. Nowmothers will have to pay $107 for their hospital stays. While low by Westernstandards, that fee is equal to more than 35 times the average monthly wagein Georgia today. Copyright (c) 1995 – The Jamestown Foundation

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