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IMF: Georgia's economic growth forecast has been reduced to 3.5%


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IMF: Georgia's economic growth forecast has been reduced to 3.5%

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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has reduced Georgia's economic growth forecast by 3.521 to 3.5%. S&P Global forecasts that by the end of 2021, total external debt will reach 69.5% of GDP. Against this critical background, Prime Minister Gharibashvili's cabinet is working on a 10-year development plan for Georgiaскачать dle 10.6фильмы бесплатно
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