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Georgia, in the Caucasus, is a small mountainous country bordering the Black Sea, with a population of 3.7 million and an area of 70,000 square kilometres. It shares borders with Russia, Turkey, Azerbaijan and Armenia. Its capital, Tbilisi, is home to one-third of the country's population. The Georgian lari, or GEL, is its official currency. A former Soviet Union republic, Georgia has undergone an astonishing transformation over the past 15 years. Thanks to its growth and very liberal policies, Georgia has become a destination to consider for investment in a few years,

Located on the historic Silk Road, Georgia has a long history of international trade. The exchange of goods between China and Europe has long passed through Georgia. To recapture this trade tradition, Georgia has minimised red tape, reduced import and export duties, invested in modern infrastructure and eliminated corruption. At the same time, the country has become an increasingly popular tourist destination. The landscapes of Jason's ancient Colchis and the Golden Fleece are fantastic! Georgian gastronomy and hospitality are not legendary. The number of tourists visiting the Jewel of the Caucasus is constantly growing.

Having a modern infrastructure is a strategic point, and the Georgians know it well. Investments have been necessary to rehabilitate roads, build motorways and airports, and rebuild railways. Thus, for example, Chinese and Turkish investments have made it possible to participate in the completion of modern infrastructures necessary for the country's development.

Not only a geographical crossroads but also a demographic crossroads, Georgia, a resolutely liberal country, has become the point of interest for neighbouring populations in search of economic, social and cultural opportunities. It has also become a point of refuge for populations exiled for political problems or from countries at war. This influx of people creates new needs, and the local market sees its demand and investment needs grow.

As the cradle of the wine civilisation, Georgia and the Georgians have always been captivated by Europe. Situated at the crossroads of the Ottoman, Persian and Russian empires, Georgia has often been invaded and divided between its somewhat troublesome neighbours. It has always tried to get closer to the European countries whose values it shares. Today the European aspiration is stronger than ever. Many Georgians expect integration into Europe. Economic and political integration would allow the nation to ensure stability for the coming decades.

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