Georgia Country Risk Report Q4 2018
Georgian real GDP growth will accelerate in 2018 and 2019 on account of a number of large infrastructure investment projects in the pipeline.
Free trade agreements with both the EU and China, as well as Georgia's favourable business environment (the country ranks ninth out of 190 countries in the World Bank's Ease of Doing Business index), will support the investment outlook.
Georgia's current account deficit will remain wide over the coming years, but risks to financial stability are mitigated by the large share of financing coming from foreign direct investment.
Fiscal consolidation and accelerating economic activity will support a gradual improvement in Georgia's macroeconomic profile.
Georgia's current account deficit is among the widest in Europe and will remain a risk for the stability of the economy.
Renewed conflict between Russia and Georgia remains a crucial tail risk, given Georgia's continued attempts at forging closer relations with the EU and the US.
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