COVID-19 pandemic and food prices in Georgia: main trends and expectations

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Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University Press
Two years into COVID-19 Pandemic, international food prices have been on the rise reflecting disruptions in supply chains, increased import demand, and poor growing conditions in exporting countries. Georgia has not been isolated from the trend, and consumers have seen drastic food price inflation. This article discusses the main drivers of food prices increases in Georgia and discusses the key factors that will form expectations for the upcoming months. Furthermore, it provides the recommendations to ensure less disruptions in food supply chains and low volatility in food prices
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სურსათის ფასები, COVID-19, პანდემია, ინფლაცია, მოლოდინები
International Scientific Conference Dedicated to the Establishment of the University and the 100th Anniversary of the Faculty of Economics and Business “Covid 19 Pandemic and Economics”, Tbilisi, 2022, pp. 107-113