Invest in Georgian companies for the sustainable development of the local economy.
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 the home town of 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.
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Classified as a developing country, based on forceful entrepreneurship, Georgia shows a great dynamic and will to build a society close to Western standards. Many sectors such as agriculture, hydrology, tourism, vine-growing, water, medicine, food industry and many others are emerging. They need funds to reach their target of the sustainable sector in the local economy.
There are plenty of reasons to decide to invest in a company. First, there are personal reasons that we shall not develop here. Then they are people or organisations that want to be part of an adventure while helping others:
From a more macro-economical point of view, invest in Georgia to stop the exodus of people to Europe by offering them better wages and a promising future. Link to the departure of people, investing in Georgia could help the country to be free of its Soviet past.
Finally, we could say that investing in Georgia so that the country becomes a centre of production of real added value and not a centre of interest gain for the richest.
Any of the 17 goals of sustainable development can be a target, but: 1- no poverty, 7 – affordable and clean energy, 8 - decent work and economic growth, and 9 - industry, innovation and infrastructure are the key points to decide investment in Georgia.
Hydraulic and Georgia have a long history. The Borjomi Hydro Power Station started production on January 15, 1899. At this time, the capacity of production was 60KW. Georgia has about 2500 large and small rivers with a total length of about 55000km. The country has great potential for hydraulic power plants. Lovers of rafting and kayaking know these names: Mtqvari, Aragvi, Rioni, Terek and Inguri.