Georgia now ranks 16th among 180 countries and 8th among 44 European countries, and its overall score is above regional and world averages.
Georgia’s overall score has decreased by 0.3 point, with a sharp drop in judicial effectiveness and lower scores on government integrity and monetary freedom exceeding a big gain in financial freedom”, read the survey.
A snapshot of Georgia’s economic freedom in 2019:
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The survey divided nations into five major categories: free (80-100), mostly free (70- 79.9), moderately free (60-69.9), mostly unfree (50-59.9) and repressed (0-49.9).