Georgia Investment Forum, an event promoting the potential of the country for prospective investors from the United Kingdom, was hosted on Thursday in London.
Georgia’s Ministry of Economy said Deputy Minister Irakli Nadareishvili delivered a speech at the event, highlighting the “strong recovery rate” of the Georgian economy following the Covid-19 pandemic, which he said had resulted in the double-digit economic growth in the years 2021-2022.
Nadareishvili said the Government’s “consistent” economic policy and a “stable” macroeconomic environment had led to an increased interest of investors in the country.
Today, Georgia is an excellent place to invest, with a liberal and favourable business environment, access to green energy and the opportunity to trade freely in markets of more than two billion consumers. I believe that Georgia is already and will be competitive on the international business scene”, Nadareishvili said.
Speaking at the event, Nadareishvili also drew attention to the political decisions of the Georgian Government for development of small and medium entrepreneurship, promotion of the introduction of knowledge-based services, and the process of economic integration with the European Union.