Georgia’s Economic Growth: Identifying Industry-related Challenges and Opportunities

Oct, 2020

We recently started a new project, which aims at conducting value chain analytics of selected industries (tourism, creative industries, light manufacturing, and shared intellectual services) of Georgia. The main goal of the activity is to understand recent developments, tendencies, and needs, which together serve as a basis for the decision-making processes of the relevant public bodies and will, in turn, strengthen the economic potential of each targeted value chain.
Evaluation to Enhance Future Implementation of LEADER Approach in Georgia

Oct, 2020

We recently started evaluating a project entitled “Promoting Citizen Engagement for Economic Development (PROCEED)” aimed at addressing the challenges associated with poverty and unemployment in Dedoplistskaro municipality in the Kakheti region of Georgia and enhancing the wellbeing of its population through applying the LEADER/Community-Led Local Development (CLLD) methodology.
Review Mission for the Budget Support under ENPARD III in Georgia

Oct, 2020

We were recently selected to execute a project, which entails conducting an independent and detailed review of the Georgian government’s fulfilment of the conditions under the EU-funded European Neighbourhood Programme for Agriculture and Rural Development (ENPARD). 
Leading the ICGFM’s Discussion on PFM Policies Worldwide to Better Respond to the COVID-19 Global Crisis

Oct, 2020

On 19 October, the International Consortium on Governmental Financial Management (ICGFM) gathered public financial management (PFM) professionals around the world to launch the first online Community of Practice session, devoted to exchanging insights of different countries into the COVID-19 pandemic in order to explore the most appropriate tools of dealing with the pandemic and restoring battered economies around the world.
PMCG’s CEO Advocating Small Government, Ease of Doing Business, and E-Governance for Economic Development at C20 Summit

Oct, 2020

On October 10, Aleksi Aleksishvili, Chairman and CEO at PMCG, participated in a panel discussion entitled “Accountability Through Digital Government” held in the course of the Civil Society 20 (C20) summit, which serves as an official Engagement Group of the G20.
New Study to Advance Involvement of Local Authorities of Central Asian States in Migration Management

Oct, 2020

Mr. Giorgi Khishtovani, Director at PMC Research, supported by Maya Komakhidze, Researcher at PMC Research, recently elaborated a new paper entitled “Reviewing Migration and Development: The Role of Local Authorities in Central Asia” under the Visiting Fellow Program of the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) Institute.
Boosting the Effectiveness of Government Spending in the Kyrgyz Republic

Sep, 2020

In the course of our collaboration with the Kyrgyz Republic, we facilitated the diagnosis of its legal and institutional framework and practices with a view to medium-term expenditure planning at its Ministry of Finance (MoF) as well as in sectoral ministries. In addition, we made initial steps towards fostering reinforcement of the interrelationship between mid-term planning and annual budgeting by strengthening the respective policy and legal framework.
Evaluating EU Budget Support Programme for Agriculture and Rural Development in Moldova

Sep, 2020

We have started a new project designed to provide an independent evaluation of the European Neighbourhood Programme for Agriculture and Rural Development’s (ENPARD) work in Moldova. This project is funded by the EU and is being implemented by PMCG as part of a consortium led by ADE.
Aleksi Aleksishvili Discusses Post-COVID-19 Economic Priorities in the Caucasus and Central Asia at IMF Session

Sep, 2020

Pinpointing the key structural reform priorities to support economic transitions in the countries of the South Caucasus and Central Asia (CCA countries), was one of the main topics discussed on September 18 at the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) brainstorming session.
Supporting Liberia to Boost Domestic Revenue Mobilization

Sep, 2020

We are continuing to actively work on the implementation of excise stamps reform with the Government of Liberia’s institutions, particularly the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning (MFDP) and the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA), to strive towards a policy environment that is predictable, transparent, fair and conducive thereby enhancing domestic revenue mobilization.
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