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Evaluation of Georgia’s potential free trade agreements with the USA, India, and South Korea
26 January 2024

The policy brief presents a Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) model designed for Georgia by the ISET Policy Institute to evaluate the impact of potential new Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) with the USA, India, and South Korea.

ISET Policy Institute hosts roundtable discussion on the impacts of free trade agreements with the USA, South Korea, and India on Georgia
26 January 2024

In a compelling retrospective, the ISET Policy Institute held a policy roundtable showcasing their recent research on 'What Georgia Could Gain from Free Trade Agreements with the USA, South Korea, and India.' The event took place on January 26, at the Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel.

December 2023 | Electricity Market Review – Annual
22 January 2024

In 2023, Georgian power plants generated 14,396 mln. kWh of electricity, record high generation for a single year. This represents a 1% increase in total generation, compared to the previous year (in 2022, total generation was 14,247 mln. kWh). The increase in generation on a yearly basis comes from the increase in hydropower generation (1%) and thermal power (2%), while wind power generation decreased (-2%).

SME development reform assessment - Phase 1
22 January 2024

Assessing the progress of the SME Development reform (henceforth "SME reform") relates to the activities that have been implemented and are planned in accordance with the SME Development Strategy of Georgia 2021-2025. The strategy aims to restore positive trends that were present prior to the onset of the pandemic and to support the continued growth of small and medium-sized enterprises.

December 2023 | Electricity Market Review
15 January 2024

In December 2023, Georgian power plants generated 1,166 mln. kWh of electricity. This represents a 4% increase in the total generation compared to the previous year (in December 2022, the total generation was 1,116 mln. kWh). The rise in generation on a yearly basis comes from an increase in hydropower generation by 87%, while the generation of thermal and wind power plants decreased by 45% and 16%, respectively.

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