Georgia should Attract Maximum Financial Resources from International Institutions for Economic Rehabilitation
The global economy is entering the crisis phase amid the coronavirus pandemic. This process primarily damages developing countries, including Georgian economy.
In this situation, the consumption has declined, unemployment has increased and the state budget supposedly will have problems in terms of tax incomes.
Levan Davitashvili: "There is no Problem in the Purchases or Supply of Wheat Products, there is no Delay in the Delivery of Wheat "
At present, global trade flows are changing, which is mainly caused by trade restrictions and not by shortages of food supplies.
Coronavirus creates a new reality for food producers. The Minister of Environment and Agriculture believes that the sector can become one of the most important employers because the functioning of the sector is vital.
The manager company of Tbilisi and Batumi International Airports is supporting Georgia in the fight against Coronavirus.