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Georgia’s Agricultural Exports
01 October 2014

The goal of this study was to examine Georgia's agricultural export performance and make recommendations for its improvement. The study shows that the current structure of agricultural exports in Georgia is characterized by high share of processed products. Nevertheless, Georgia's agricultural export is currently concentrated on a few export products and is heavily dependent on CIS countries, being thus vulnerable to political and climate shocks.

Does Country-of-Origin Matter? The Case of Georgian Wine for German Wine Consumers
04 September 2014

On September 4, 2014, ISET Conference Hall hosted Dr Sophie Ghvanidze, Hochschule Heilbronn, with her presentation. Does Country-of-Origin Matter? The Case of Georgian Wine for German Wine Consumers". The purpose of this study is to identify dimensions of country images of Georgia in terms of benefits sought by German wine consumers of Georgian wine.

The Effect of Reduced Wine Exports on Grape Prices
01 September 2014

The main objective of this project is to analyse a possible impact of imposing 20% tariff on wine export from Georgia to Russia on grape prices in Georgia. In addition, the study aims to assess the impact of this possible tariff on the incomes of grape producers in Georgia. In addition, the study aims to assess the impact of this possible tariff on the incomes of grape producers in Georgia.

Competitiveness of Georgian Agriculture: Investment Case Studies
31 July 2014

This paper provides a summary of findings and policy recommendation based on a series of eight case studies that document foreign direct investment in Georgia’s agriculture and food processing sectors. The investors are in a variety of industries, including grape and wine production, hazelnuts, poultry, cereals and medicinal herbs, pickled fruit and vegetables, and apple concentrate and aroma

Competitiveness of Georgian Agriculture: Investment Case Studies
03 March 2014

The project provides findings and policy recommendation from a series of eight case studies documenting foreign direct investment in Georgia's agriculture and food processing industry, including grape and wine production, hazelnuts, poultry, cereals and medicinal herbs, pickled fruit and vegetables, as well as apple concentrate and aroma.

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