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ISET Policy Institute’s Lead Economist joins the working group at the parliament
20 May 2021

Salome Gelashvili recently became a member of a working group under the Agrarian Issues Committee of the Georgian parliament.

ISET Policy Institute and World Bank jointly hold a technical workshop on agriculture, land and water
19 May 2021

On 19 May 2021, ISET Policy Institute in collaboration with World Bank (WB) conducted a technical workshop for a joint policy note on agriculture, land, and water in Georgia.

Business Confidence Index: Looking Forward
29 April 2021

For the second quarter of 2021, BCI decreased by 1.7 index points and reached 1.7 after a significant increase in the previous quarter. The highest decline in business confidence is observed in retail trade, followed by the agriculture and construction sectors. The negative change in BCI for Q2 2021 is driven by pessimistic future expectations.

ISET Policy Institute’s lead economist presents at the agriculture workshop
23 April 2021

On 23 April 2021 Salome Gelashvili conducted a presentation on the “Cost-Benefit Analysis of Climate Change Adaptation Measures in Agriculture”, within the framework of a sector-specific workshop in agriculture organized under the 2021 CRED Coaching program.

March 2021 | Agri Review
31 March 2021

On 29 December 2020, the parliament of Georgia approved the state budget for 2021, which includes allocations of around 18.3 billion GEL. From which the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Agriculture (MEPA) will receive 451.6 million (2.5% of the total budget allocation). MEPA will direct 10 mln. GEL towards the Environmental Protection and Agriculture Development Program (2.2% of MEPA’s total budget), with around 389.6 mln. (86.3% of MEPA’s total budget) to be allocated to agricultural development, and approximately 51.9 mln. GEL (11.5%) to be spent on environmental protection.

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