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Making Sense of FDI Dynamics

Foreign direct investment (FDI) is critical to every developing county, and Georgia is no exception in this regard. Georgia wants to grow out of poverty and catch up with the economically more developed regions of the world – for this to happen, foreign resources are needed, in particular if the domestic savings rate is as low as in Georgia. Yet FDI is not only about the capital which is made available to the economy but also, and even more importantly, about trust foreigners have into the Georgian economy. It is one thing to make cheerful statements abo...
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Guest — RT
> Georgia counted profits generated by foreign-owned companies that were left within Georgia as FDI.That seems to be the correct w... Read More
Monday, 02 March 2015 7:07 PM
Guest — Mathias
Given your analysis, should we for the time being largely ignore FDI data as a relevant indicator for how Georgia is doing? A few ... Read More
Friday, 27 February 2015 2:02 PM
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