Georgia’s economy is expected to expand by 4.5% this year, supported by external demand, growing exports and tourism, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development said.
The current challenges in Georgia’s power sector, and how to become an energy self-sufficient country
The Global Finance, the influential international financial edition, has named Georgia among the most attractive countries
Enterprise activities clearly illustrate that in 2019 the business has increased in Georgia.
The annual inflation rate was mainly influenced by price changes for the following groups: Food and non-alcoholic beverages.
In his interview for the Forbes Week, Ambassador of Austria in Georgia Arad Benko talks about power sector challenges and their resolution mechanisms in Georgia
In May, the EU announced a pledge of €4.5 million for Georgia