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Economic growth in Georgia is forecast to accelerate from an estimated 2.7% in 2016 to 3.5% in 2017.

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Georgia’s State Procurement Agency has made the country’s procurement system more transparent, secure and convenient.

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Through past, present and future by setting off for a two-day visit to the Imereti region in the west of Georgia.

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Georgia in Figures


Georgia’s economy grew by 2.7 percent in 2016, driven by construction and other non-tradables. In 2017 growth is projected to recover moderately at 3.5 percent, led by external demand and public investment. As a result, the fiscal deficit will remain elevated at 4.1 percent of GDP, unchanged from 2016. Poverty is expected to decline modestly in 2017 as economic growth recovers and translates into higher labor income. Read more...

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