The government of Georgia moved forcefully to counter the economic impact of the August 2008 conflict with Russia and global financial crisis. Monetary and prudential policy easing was, however, unable to prevent a sharp credit squeeze. The economy is recovering at a solid pace, with real GDP growth expected to exceed 6 percent in 2010. To reduce exposure to changes in external market conditions, the authorities could rely more on domestic financing. Macroeconomic policies were generally aligned with previous IMF recommendations.2011 Article IV Consultation-Staff Report; Staff Supplements; Public Information Notice on the Executive Board Discussion; and ... or base broadening (see Selected Issue Paper on The Challenge of Enhancing Tax Productivity in Georgia).
|Author||:||International Monetary Fund|
|Publisher||:||International Monetary Fund - 2011-04-21|