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A researcher of the Private Sector Development Policy Research Centre, Olga Azhgibetseva, attended a three- week intensive training program in Sweden.

Around 60 participants from five countries (Albania, Georgia, Kosovo, Moldova and Ukraine) attended the course. Each country was represented by a group of professionals consisted of businessmen or people serving in top positions in their organizations, which were a mix of business support organizations, ministries, chambers or research and policy centers. Georgia was the largest group with 13 participants.

The Private Sector Growth strategies training program included the following modules:

Betsy’s Hotel is an establishment accustomed to hosting a wide variety of patrons from across the world. However, the gathering of mid-level and senior representatives from public, private and non-profit organizations to be awarded certificates for completing a course funded by Japan Tobacco International Georgia and run by the ISET Policy Institute is certainly unique even for a hotel with such a habitually diverse clientele.

The training program, entitled ‘Leaders in Development’, was devised for policy makers, analysts and executives from both the public and private sectors, and highlighted the importance of understanding economic concepts for professional and national development. The program's ten modules focused on the implications of government regulations for Georgian businesses across a broad range of policy areas: from taxation and tax administration to food safety and environmental standards.

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