Economic challenges of Georgia

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2023
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Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University Press
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The article examines Georgia's economic challenges in the post-Covid-19 pandemic period. The article shows that after the pandemic, war, and sanctions, a confrontational globalization was formed in the world, where, despite the political and economic conflict between the West and Russia, it became necessary for countries to make certain concessions based on national interests. Due to the fact that Georgia is a country with an open economy, it has foreign trade relations with the world, it is important to be involved in the mentioned process and to discover and use the economic prospects that the current situation offers. For this, first of all, it is necessary to think about the country's economic policy and the people who create it. This leads to the country's economic policy and the existence of the Economic Advisory Council.
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Conference Proceedings: "The World Economy in the Post-Pandemic Period: Implications and Challenges", Tbilisi, 2023, pp. 65-70
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