Newsletter Issue 33 | March 2020

Agro-exports to the EU: volumes, transport and logistics

Production volumes, as well as barriers in transport and logistics, play a key role in constraining agro-food exports from Georgia to the European Union. These challenges can be addressed by focusing on increasing exports through foreign direct investment and by accelerating exports of existing producers; by providing critical logistics infrastructure, including an airport cargo terminal in Kutaisi; by stimulating domestic demand for quality logistics; and by bundling interests and closing information gaps.


Newsletter Issue 32 | January – February 2020

Strong economic growth despite Russian sanctions

In spite of the Russian sanctions, Georgia’s economic growth was high reaching 5.2% in 2019. The successful absorption of this external shock demonstrates the strong resilience of the Georgian economy, which will grow by more than 4% also in 2020.


Economic Monitor Issue 11 | January 2020


  • Agro-food exports: The role of transport and logistics sector
  • DCFTA: Sectoral analysis reveals sizeable DCFTA effect on EU exports to Georgia
  • Banking sector: Georgian banking sector on a more stable footing
  • Capital markets: Georgian capital markets remain underdeveloped