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Invest In Georgia

The combination of dynamic economic growth, efficient, pro-business and corruption-free government, a liberal tax code, a strong legal framework to protect investors and an educated and skilled workforce presents a solid platform for successful business in Georgia.

Georgian National Investment agency promotes and facilitates Foreign Direct Investment in Georgia. The agency serves as a "Directory" for investors and provides various free services including arrangement of forums, conferences, B2G and B2B meetings etc. The agency provides up-to-date information about the potential of Georgia as an investment destination; as well as, sector-specific studies on different investment opportunities in the country, which may include particular project offers.

Investing in Hydro Energy

xudoni_t.jpgGeorgia is the second richest country in the world in terms of hydro recourses per capita. The country has huge potential to become the region’s net green electricity provider. The maximum utilization of the abundant hydro-resources is a priority for Government. The main objective of the long-run energy policy is the attraction of foreign investments for the construction of the new power plants.

In accordance with the potential of high-capacity power generation and the increasing demand, the main objectives of the energy policy are:

  • Rehabilitation of the infrastructure connecting to the neighbor countries’ energy systems
  • Construction of the new transmission lines and substations
  • Export of the surplus power generated in new and existing power plants.

Enterprise Development Agency

Main goal of Enterprise Development Agency, which was established in 2014, is to promote and support start-up, small and medium-sized businesses and the export potential of the country. The agency provides consultation, educational and technical assistance to entrepreneurs and both legal and physical persons, prepares industry and export related surveys, provides information to export oriented legal and physical persons and cooperates with international and donor organizations. It will prepare strategy for entering into the new markets, promote business and export development and ensure other functions for promoting export potential of the country.

The Rural and Agricultural Development Fund

The Fund was established in 2013 as a non-profit, non-entrepreneurial legal entity. The goals of the Fund are implementation of assistance programs for farmers, Development of rural infrastructure, providing cheap credits for agricultural production, Introduction of modern technologies in agriculture, Establishment of an insurance mechanism, establishment of agricultural land fund and its consolidation.

Tourism Georgia

Tourism is a fast-growing sector of the Georgian economy. In 2013 the share of tourism in Gross Output of the country’s economy amounted to 7.1% according to preliminary data. Compared to the previous year, the total output of production in tourism related services increased by 9.5%. Georgia is a unique haven of biodiversity with subtropical marshes, semi-deserts, alpine zones and snowy peaks all within hundred kilometers of each other. More than 12 000 historical and cultural monuments, four out of which are included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, over 103 resorts, around 2400 springs of mineral waters, 8 national parks and 31 protected areas.

Georgia at a glance

Official State Name: Sakartvelo

The Capital: Tbilisi

Location: Georgia is located (at the border of Europe and Asia) in the region of Caucasus. To the west Georgia borders the Black Sea, to the North the Russian Federation, to the South-East the Republic of Azerbaijan and to the South the Republic of Armenia and Turkey.

Boundaries:

Total – 1,970km. (1,224m.)
Land boundary total – 1,655km (1,028m)
The Black Sea Coastline - 315km (195m)
Border with the Republic of Armenia – 164km
Border with the Republic of Azerbaijan – 322km
Border with the Russian Federation – 723km
Border with the Turkey – 252km

Geographic Coordinates:

Latitude 40 – 47 E
Longitude 41 – 44 N
Total Area: 69.700 sq km (26,911 sq m)

Official Language: Georgian

On the territory of Abkhazia - Georgian and Abkhazian

Population: 4,630,841

Ethnicity:
Georgian – 83.8%
Azerbaijani – 6.5%
Armenian – 5.7%
Russian – 1.5%
Ossetian – 0.9%
Yazidis – 0.4%
Greek – 0.3%
Ukrainian – 0.2%
Kists – 0.2%
Abkhazian – 0.1%
Jewish – 0.1%
Others – 0.3%

Climate:

In the East of the country the climate is dry and continental with hot summers and moderate winters. In the West of the country, the coastline of the Black Sea, the climate is warm and subtropical.

Currency: Lari – GEL

Internet code: .ge

Country code: GEO

State Symbolism

The Georgian Flag:

The right-angled cross against the silver (white) background and four smaller crosses in the corners of the flag are all Christian symbols, which represent Christ and the four evangelists.

These Christian symbols were first identified, as heraldic signs, on the coat of arms of Cross bearer Joffrois De Bullion in 1099. De Bullion carried the title of the Guard of Christ's Grave and these heraldic symbols came to signify Christ's Grave and Jerusalem.

These symbols are known by three different names: Joffrois De Bullion's Coat of Arms, Jerusalem's Coat of Arms and as a Holy Sign.

The silver (white) background symbolizes innocence, chastity, purity and wisdom, while the red stands for courage, bravery, justice and love.

This flag was clearly identified on Georgian territory in the sea charts of Anjelino Dulcheri (1339), Francesco and Domenico Pizigano (1367) and Sider (1565).

The Large Coat of Arms:

The central figure of the Georgian coat of arms, both large and small, is St. George. The figure of St. George, as a symbol of Georgian unity and was first seen on the large royal seal of King George III.

A red shield depicts a silver horseman with a golden halo, St. George, defeating a silver dragon with a silver spear.

The shield is decorated with a Georgian/Iverian coronet and two golden pharisaical lions.

The base of the shield depicts a stylised ornament of a Georgian vineyard, which is plaited with a silver (white) motto banner. An ancient Georgian fable, which reads “Strength in Unity”, is inscribed on the banner.

The Small Coat of Arms:

A red shield depicts a silver horseman with a golden halo, St. George, defeating a silver dragon with a silver spear.