Conclusion and recommendations

This study identified regulatory and procedural barriers to trade in Georgia and highlighted their implication for regional integration and export diversification. It showed that these barriers are limited, and reflect the inherent complexities of ensuring the full and complete standardization and synchronisation of administrative formalities. The barriers also reflect capacity shortfalls in neighbouring countries that share borders with Georgia, which are at different stages in their trade facilitation reforms. Most importantly, these barriers do not impede export diversification, in that they do not create a disincentive to investment.

Countries: Georgia
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