"There are two questions facing prospective investors in Georgia", says Andrew Coxshall, Audit Partner at KPMG Georgia, he speaks to GF about what are the main drivers of economic growth likely to be in 2015 and shares his views on the potential areas offering good opportunities for investment.
2015 will be a tougher year for Georgia than many had expected but, providing there are no further external shocks and the Government stays focused on the economy, Georgia should perform better than most economies in the region. Also with its low levels of corruption, very low levels of crime, comparative ease of doing business, low tax rates and reasonably stable Government, Georgia should be able to attract further investment in 2015 and, for the shrewd investor the returns could be very good.
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