An ideal location for an investor who's looking to build an animal farm, factory or a greenhouse.
This agricultural land is situated in Mtskheta, the village of MIsaktsieli. It is just 79 kms from the capital Tbilisi. The total area of the land is 5000 sq.m and all the basic facilities such as water, electricity, and gas are easily available on the property.
The land is 500 meters from the main road and is great for small investors looking to get into the agricultural sector or the industrial.
More than eight million international, non-resident travellers came to Georgia in 2018, the Georgian National Statistics Office (Geostat) reported today.
The number of arrivals equalled 8.7 million which is 9.8% higher compared to 2017,” Geostat says.
The agency states that 66.7% of international visitors were only tourists, the share of excursionists amounted to 27.4%, while 5.9% of visitors were both tourists and travellers.
In 2018 the largest number of visitors (1,204.3 thousand visitors) was from Russia, which amounts to 20.9% of total number of visitors and is 25.9% increase compared to 2017. The second largest share of visits (19.8%) comes on the citizens of Azerbaijan that is 0.3% less compared to the previous year,” Geostat says.
The majority of visitors (46.3%) belonged to the age group of 31-50 years.
In 2018, the purpose of the majority of visits (42.7%) was holiday, leisure and recreation.
The expenditures during the visits made in 2018 equalled to 7.9 billion GEL, which is 37.4% higher compared to the previous year.
Georgia has improved its position and now takes 16th place in the latest Best European Countries for Business 2019 report, published by the European Chamber (EuCham), a non-profit international organisation headquartered in Italy.
In last year’s report Georgia was 18th among 46 European countries with a score of 62, while its current score is 71.
Nordic countries are still on the top of the list: Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Finland, followed by the UK, Switzerland and Germany.
Georgia and the Baltic countries (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania) are outstanding exceptions among ex-Soviet states,” the report reads.
EuCham ranks and analyses all 46 European countries according to their economic environment. The ranking is the result of an analysis based on internationally recognised indexes of the World Bank and Transparency International.
The EuCham score measures the overall business context constituted by corporate environment, legislation, government policies, social climate and conditions which enable or prevent private sector activities from starting, operating and expanding, both in the short and in the long term.
The export of Georgian agricultural products marked new records in 2018, announces the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Agriculture of Georgia.
Last year Georgia exported $959.2 million worth of agricultural products, up 23.2% compared to 2017, show the preliminary data.