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Discussing Growth in Business Sector by I Quarter Data

In the first quarter of 2015, the production in business sector increased by 11.9%. in comparison with the first quarter of 2014. In this period the average monthly remuneration of employed individuals increased by 72.6…

Money Transfers may be Reduced by 330 Million Dollars Until the End of the Year

The money transfers are expected to be reduced by 330 million dollars by the end of 2015. However, considering the effect of exchange rate and multiplier, this will not result reduction of the nominal GDP…

Greek Crisis - Another External Shock for the Georgian Economy

“The ongoing crisis in Greece contributed to it. Further deepening of the crisis will worsen the employment rate and accordingly, income. How Greece will overcome the crisis and what the rate of its economic growth…

Aleksi Aleksishvili Participates in IMF Caucasus and Central Asia Advisory Group Meeting

On July 1, Aleksi Aleksishvili, Chairman and CEO at Policy and Management Consulting Group (PMCG) participated in the Summer 2015 IMF Caucasus and Central Asia Advisory Group (CCA Advisory Group) meeting in Dilijan, Armenia to…

The Effects of Investments in Clean Energy in Georgia

Analyzing the economic impact of clean energy, how it can cut imports and how to ramp up utilization of clean energy resources

Georgian Economy May Grow only by 2%

If the projected level of inflation (4%) will stay the same, nominal GDP will grow only by 6%, that is lower by 1,750 mill. Gel, comparing to the planned 2015 budget.

Difficulties of the Insolvency System Interrupts Investments

Maya Grigolia, Research Director at PMC Research discusses about importance of insolvency system simplification.

PMCG’s EU Programs Manager Discusses about Riga Summit 2015

Nino Samvelidze, EU Programs Manager at PMCG answers questions about Riga Summit 2015. Also, discusses about the challenges Georgia faces in this process

Recycling, Sorting the First Step to Better Waste Management

Georgia’s trouble with waste management is clear to even casual observers. While it has proven to be a persistent issue for the government, the country’s new waste management code could be a major step forward in efforts to control the problem.

IMF Regional Advisory Board Selects Lekso Aleksishvili as Member

“It is an honor and pleasure to be a part of CCAG at IMF and to have an opportunity to share our experience. Also, it gives us a huge chance to get a closer view…

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