Regulatory and Procedural Barriers to Trade in Georgia

Needs Assessment

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UNECE undertakes demand-driven national studies of regulatory and procedural barriers to trade, with a view to helping countries achieve greater regional and global economic integration; informing donors as to where assistance might be required, and supporting policy discussions within the Steering Committee on Trade Capacity and Standards and its subsidiary bodies on where additional work is required. This study summarizes the key findings and focuses on Georgia.



Regional integration dynamics

As shown in the previous chapters, Georgia has achieved a significant degree of export diversification, benefiting from the favourable market access conditions, which entered a new phase with the implementation of the DCFTA. These achievements were made possible by the Government’s consistent efforts to improve trade facilitation conditions in the country and support enterprise development.


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