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The German Economic Team

Economic policy advice on behalf of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action

The German Economic Team advises the governments of Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus*, Kosovo, Armenia, Georgia and Uzbekistan on all aspects of economic transformation on behalf of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action.

We work on a broad range of topics. In addition to our work in the project countries, our traditional mandate, we also support German and European institutions from politics, administration, business and associations with analyses on our project countries.

*Economic advisory in Belarus is currently suspended.

GET Project Countries

Belarus Ukraine Georgia Uzbekistan Armenia Moldova Kosovo



    • 11.06.2024

    GET accompanies State Secretary Giegold’s delegation to Georgia

    At the beginning of May, Sven Giegold, State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Economics and Climate Protection (BMWK), travelled to Tbilisi with a business delegation. The programme was organised by the German Embassy, the German Business Association and the Committee on Eastern European Economic Relations.


    • 24.05.2024

    Conference: Improving the Business Climate in Kosovo

    On May 16, 2024, the German-Kosovar Business Association (KDWV) and the German Economic Team (GET) successfully hosted an event at Klan Arena in Pristina, focusing on improving Kosovo’s business climate. The event brought together key stakeholders to discuss the progress and future steps to enhance the business environment in Kosovo.

    • 22.05.2024

    Tashkent International Investment Forum

    On the 2nd and 3rd of May 2024, the Tashkent International Investment Forum (TIIF) took place, featuring a keynote opening by Uzbekistan’s President, Shavkat Mirziyoyev. As part of the German Economic Team project, Berlin Economics participated in a high-ranking panel discussion on Uzbekistan’s green transition.



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Economic Monitors

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  • Economic Monitor Belarus

    WA 19 | May 2024

    The Belarusian economy grew by 3.9% last year, driven mainly by investment and consumption growth. However, the ICT sector slumped. Growth is expected to slow this year and next. Sanctions continue to weigh on the economy, with trade activity focused almost exclusively on Russia. High inflation has been contained through price controls and exchange rate stabilisation.

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