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Georgia has made significant progress in economic reforms, improving the business climate and in its the large-scale privatisation programme. There has been strong growth in the industrial sector, especially manufacturing, due in part to the recent privatisations of important enterprises.
Despite significant progress, there is a need to complete the privatisation programme in a fair and transparent manner; ensuring fiscal sustainability through further improvements in tax collection, customs legislation, and public expenditure management. Corruption remains a problem and sustained efforts will be required to ensure ongoing strengthening of business confidence.
The EBRD and Georgia
The Bank will continue to focus primarily on developing the private sector in Georgia and will address critical bottlenecks to local private sector investment and foreign direct investment.
Key areas for support in the infrastructure sector will be power and energy, municipal and transit infrastructure.
In developing the enterprise sector, the Bank will increase funding of local businesses, particularly SMEs and micro enterprises. The SME sector will be further strengthened through the TurnAround Management (TAM) and Business Advisory Service (BAS) Programmes.
In the financial sector, the EBRD will expand support to existing and new partner banks in Georgia, as well as developing the non-bank financial sector with a specific focus on leasing, insurance and private pension schemes.
Last updated 21 April 2010