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The Effects of DCFTA: Analysis and Perspectives / DCFTA-ს ეფექტები - ანალიზი და პერსპექტივები

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Natia Surmanidze / ნათია სურმანიძე

PHD Candidate in Economics Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University

Keywords: EU, Georgia, Free trade with EU, EU market, Visa liberalization / ევროკავშირი, საქართველო, სავაჭრო კავშირი, ევროპის ბაზარი, ვიზალიბერალიზაცია

Abstract

Georgia is a full-fledged part of the EU and it began its deep integration to the EU even in the time of Sulkhan-Saba, if not earlier. Currently these processes are under the specific phase, namely agreement concerning deep and all covering free trading space and visa liberalization, is the great achievement of Georgian people and we hope that these processes will be finished with integration into the EU soon. The free trading space is the important measuring unit according to our opinion, concerning that, how are the integration processes going on and based on the statistic and assessment analyzes we can see objective picture, in order to become aware of our own perspectives. Having closer relationship with the EU, promises additional perspectives to Georgian entrepreneurs, which means all those benefits which are accompanied with entering into the EU market. If the EU market opens, it is limited according to the standards and requires highest level of quality and production process, which will make the entrepreneurs to implement high quality entrepreneurial processes.

References

  1. INFORMATION CENTER ON NATO AND EUFOR EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION

http://infocenter.gov.ge/euinfo-the-eastern-partnership/

2. National Statistics Office of Georgia

https://www.geostat.ge/ka/modules/categories/35/sagareo-vachroba

3. Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia,

DCFTA http://www.dcfta.gov.ge/ge/home

The New Economist N 1-2 (2019), Vol 14, Issue 1.

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Published Date:

29/06/2019