Georgia's Macroeconomic Outlook
Georgia’s diligent work in the past on developing its economy has not been in vain. The real economy has grown at about 5% on average annually since the global financial crisis; that in a period characterised by a major slowdown in growth rates throughout the world. IMF’s longer-term forecasts of Georgia’s future real output growth also stand at about 5%, one of the highest in the region. Click the link to the right to find out more.