Trade and Development Strategies

Year Strategy name Sector
2010 UNDAF Georgia 2011-2015

The United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) is aligned with the Millennium... The United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) is aligned with the Millennium Development Goals and with the national objectives set by domestic policies. Hence, the UNDAF focuses on three interrelated thematic areas, namely: 1) poverty reduction - aiming to advance inclusive development, employment creation and access to health, education and essential social services, especially for vulnerable groups; 2) democratic development - aiming to promote balanced, independent, fair and participatory governance systems and processes at all levels, based on the Rule of Law, human rights and equality principles; 3) Disaster Risk Reduction - aiming to build up Georgia’s resilience to disasters through prevention and minimizing damage and loss in case of emergencies.

2008 Georgia National Tourism Strategy

The strategy aims to establish Georgia as a high quality, sustainable, competitive,... The strategy aims to establish Georgia as a high quality, sustainable, competitive, international and domestic touristic destination. To achieve this objective, it focuses on private sector development and private sector driven implementation, targeting specific markets which guarantee the highest return per visitor, and pursuing the involvement of the entire government in promoting tourism and ensuring economic, cultural and environmental sustainability. At the core of the strategy lies the establishment of a “Georgian Way”, a tourism route based on hub and spoke destinations within Georgia and across the border, in order to provide a wider regional touristic offer.

Tourism Tourism

2003 Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Programme in Georgia

The overarching goal of the programme is to raise the welfare of... The overarching goal of the programme is to raise the welfare of the population of Georgia, thus improving the quality of life of people and enhancing sustainable socio-economic development. In order to achieve this goal, the strategy focuses on achieving fast and sustainable economic development and reducing poverty, dealing with improvement in governance, macroeconomic stability, improvement in the structural and institutional environment, development of human capital, social risk management and social security improvement, development of economic priority sectors, improvement of natural environment conditions, socio-economic rehabilitation of post-conflict zones, development of science and information technologies.

2003 Georgia: An Integrated Trade Development Strategy

The study provides an overview of Georgia’s macroeconomic context, and it outlines... The study provides an overview of Georgia’s macroeconomic context, and it outlines its current trade and investment performance. It analyses the main issues related to trade policy, market access, transport, trade facilitation and access to finance. Finally, it points out particular economic sectors with high export potential and it focuses on the links between poverty and trade.

Engineering Services, Forestry, Garment Industry, Grapes, Hazelnut, Horticulture, Industrial Minerals (oil,... Engineering Services, Forestry, Garment Industry, Grapes, Hazelnut, Horticulture, Industrial Minerals (oil, hard and brown coal, manganese, copper, gold and silver bearing quartzite,, Industrial Minerals (oil, hard and brown coal, manganese, copper, gold and silver bearing quartzite,, Industrial Minerals (oil, hard and brown coal, manganese, copper, gold and silver bearing quartzite,, Industrial Minerals (oil, hard and brown coal, manganese, copper, gold and silver bearing quartzite,, Industrial Minerals (oil, hard and brown coal, manganese, copper, gold and silver bearing quartzite,, IT Services, Natural Stone, Processed Horticultural Products, Tourism, Wine, Wood Industry