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Reasons to Invest in Georgia10

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  • Georgia is getting more and more investors from around the world every day, such as Iran, the Netherlands, Azerbaijan, China, India and other countries.

?Why Invest in Georgia

Here are 10 reasons why you should invest in Georgia

1. Wide area market:

According to the British investor, Georgia's liberal trade deals are a good opportunity to directly access the market of 4.4 million people, which of course will affect the wider markets of the surrounding area with customs tariffs on imports. To date, Georgia has signed agreements with the CIS member states that include Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, as well as its neighbors, Turkey, Azerbaijan and Armenia.

2. Free Trade Agreement with the European Union:

The EU Agreement (AA) was signed and ratified by the European Union in 2014, including the Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (DCFTA). Preferential public plans for Georgia with the United States, Norway, Switzerland, Canada and Japan have also been used, resulting in lower tariffs on the 3400 goods exported from Georgia. In addition, Georgia has been a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO) since 2000.

In terms of border control, all foreign travelers arriving in Georgia benefit from a very convenient and service-oriented customs protocol and customs policy. There is virtually no custom work. 90% of the goods are exempt from import tariffs. The average customs time is currently about 15 minutes, recognized as one of the fastest and most efficient customs systems in the CIS.

3. Being easy:

The official website, http://www.doingbusiness.org/en/rankings, shows easy business rankings (out of 189 economies). This page ranks Georgia 6th, far ahead of Lithuania, Bulgaria and Turkey and many other countries.

4. Potential Employees:

Young and talented young students are fluent in several languages and most of them have not only Georgian and English but also Russian language skills. According to recent statistics, the younger generation of Georgians often prefer to run a business.

 

5. Cost of work:

According to INVEST INGEORGIA, the average monthly salary in Georgia is $ 490, which includes blue-and-white workers and C-suite employees. The country does not have minimum wage regulations. The unemployment rate is 14.6%. It is noteworthy that the Georgian labor market provides young workforce - 50% of the unemployed are in the age group of 20 to 34 years. In addition, work visas or licenses for citizens from about 100 countries are issued for a maximum of 30 days, helping to attract professional staff from other countries from a wider region.

Georgia has a very flexible labor law. According to the Heritage Institute, Georgia has one of the most liberal labor environments not only in the region but globally, and the Freedom of Labor Index is 79.9 out of 100 (24 globally) and social tax is 0%.

6. Low tax:

The 2005 tax code changed Georgia's financial outlook. Only six taxes came from the fall of the constitution (from 21 in 2004), with the very low rate that Georgia now ranks fourth in the world in taxing its citizenship. After a number of amendments, the tax code now sets the following taxes and rates:

- Income tax - 20% (fixed rate)

- Corporate tax - 15%

- VAT - 18%

- Basic Goods Taxes - Different

-Customs tax - 0%, 5% or 12%

-Property tax - 1% on the value of property self-assessment

7. Free from corruption:

Since 2003, the World Bank has recognized Georgia as one of the fastest-growing economies in the world and a leader in combating corruption. Georgia can offer a trade and investment position in the Caucasus and Central Asia, and the World Bank ranks June 9 in the world (out of 185 countries studied) for ease of doing business in June 2012.

8. Geographical location:

Country in the Caucasus region. It is located in the center of West Asia and Eastern Europe, bounded from the west to the Black Sea, north to Russia, from the south to Turkey and Armenia, and through Azerbaijan to the east. Georgia covers an area of 69,875 square kilometers.
However, it appears to be developing as a civilian country, which is why Georgia, as a link between Asia, the Middle East and Europe, makes Georgia a full-fledged business hub.

9. Free Economy:

According to http://www.heritage.org, Georgia's economic freedom score is 73.0, making it the 22nd freest economy in the 2015 index. Its overall score has risen 0.4 percent since last year, largely reflecting improvements in freedom from corruption, monetary freedom and government spending management, more than a significant decline in freedom of work. Georgia ranks 11th out of 43 countries in the European region and is well above the regional average. During this decade, significant increases in economic freedom have contributed to the dynamic expansion of the Georgian economy. Public health and policies that promote free markets have increased Georgia's prosperity and commitment to economic freedom. However, not all foundations of economic freedom are fully sustainable. The rule of law is still weak and corruption is still improving, which is still above average for a European country.

10. Energy costs:
Georgia's natural advantage as a gateway between Europe and Asia provides many benefits to investors in manufacturing and other sectors that need energy. In particular, Georgia not only offers competitive work, low taxes and a good environment, but also low energy costs compared to other neighboring countries and Europe, among other advantages of investing in Georgia.

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