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Georgia

The Georgian economy is mainly based on tourism, agriculture and raw materials. There is also a small industrial sector.

Since the early 2000s, the country has fortunately been able to overcome the economic turbulence that set in immediately after the collapse of the Soviet Union and subsequent independence. Since then, very high growth rates have been recorded.

The focus of economic policy advice in Georgia is on governance, investment promotion and foreign trade.

 

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