Agricultural land in one of the most prestigious spots in Georgia!
The property is situated in the village of Tabakhmela, 16 kms far from the capital city Tbilisi that is relative to 40 minutes car drive. The land is at a distance of 2 kms from the main road.
The total land area is 1500 sqm with water. Electricity is within 30 meters from the land and gas is at a distance of 600 meters from the property.
The land is recommended for building a country house.
Protected areas in Georgia have hosted 974,827 visitors in January-September, which is a 14% increase in comparison to the same period of last year. More than half (52%) of total visitors were Georgians.
The number of foreign visitors has shown a 27% increase y/y, the Agency of Protected Areas reported. The majority of foreign visitors were from Germany, Poland, Israel, Ukraine and Russia.
As for the protected areas, the Prometheus cave is the most popular destination among visitors.
Martvili Canyon, Kazbegi National Park, Okatse Canyon and Tbilisi National Park come next in the top five.
Georgia is strengthening trade relations with the European Union (EU), to where in January-September of 2018 exports from Georgia amounted to $533 million – 13.2% higher year-on-year.
In the reporting period imports reached $1.95 billion (21.5% higher), show the data from the National Statistics Office of Georgia (Geostat).
Overall, in January-September 2018, trade turnover with EU countries increased by 19.6% y/y and amounted to $2.48 billion.
In January-September 2018, the external trade turnover of Georgia with the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) countries totalled $3.10 billion – 29.2% higher compared to January-September 2017.
Exports were worth $1.16 billion (47.2% higher) while imports equalled $1.94 million (20.3% higher).
Turkey ($1.12 billion), Russia ($879.8 million) and China ($727.3 million) were Georgia’s top trade partners in January-September 2018, said Geostat.
Copper ores and concentrates (worth $375.3 million, or 15.3% of total exports)
Motor cars (worth $279.5 million, or 11.4% of total exports)
Ferro-alloys (worth $271.9 million, or 11.1$ of total exports)
Petroleum and petroleum oils (worth $644.4 million, or 9.7% of total imports)
Motor cars (worth $438 million or 6.6% of total imports)
Copper ores and concentrates (worth $296 million, or 4.4% of total imports)
Georgia’s external trade grew by 20.8% this year and reached $9.12 billion in January-September 2018, says the National Statistics Office of Georgia (Geostat).
This year the value of Georgia’s exports increased by 25.7% to $2.44 billion, while the value of imports also increased 19.1% to $6.67 billion with respect to January-September 2017, said Geostat.
Georgia’s trade deficit equalled $4.22 billion this year, which was a 46.3% share of the country's total trade turnover.
Georgia ranks 66th among 140 countries in the Global Competitiveness Index of 2018.
In the index Georgia’s position has improved by one point in comparison to its standing in 2017.
Georgia has a better standing in the rating than do Azerbaijan (69th place), Armenia (70th place) and Ukraine (83rd place).
Russia came in 43rd, while Turkey ranked 61st.
The research shows that Georgia is the leader in the Eurasia region with respect to transparency.
The top three places in Global Competitiveness Index of World Economic Forum go to the US, Singapore and Germany.