Small plot of agricultural land close to Tbilisi!
The property is located in the village of Natakhtari, at a distance of 31 kms from Tbilisi. The plot is situated 2 kms from the highway.
Land area is 3500 sqm and it has got irrigation channel. The shape of the plot is straight.
The soil is suitable for every kind of grains and vegetables.
The land can also be used to build a small farm house.
The United Nations published the 2018 World Economic Growth Prognosis In 2018-2019, the United Nations is expecting 3% economic growth in the world.
The United Nations is predicting for 4,3% economic growth in Georgia this year.
According to the United Nations, the unemployment rate in Georgia in 2017 was 11.4%, which is one of the highest in comparison with the member states of the Commonwealth of Independent States. In Armenia, the unemployment rate is 16.6%, in Azerbaijan 5.2%, Kazakhstan 5.4%, Kyrgyztan 7.7%, Moldova 4.4%, Russia 5.8%, Tajikistan 2.3%, Turkmenistan 8.6%, Ukraine 8.8% and Uzbekistan 5.0%.
Georgia has officially resigned from the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) in 2009, though Georgia’s consideration of geographical and economic structure is still in the group.
Georgia’s three international airports served 2,719,920 passengers in the first seven months of 2018, which is a 28 percent increase year-on-year (y/y).
The number of passengers who took regular or charter flights in Georgia increased in all three main airports of the country: Tbilisi Shota Rustaveli International Airport, Batumi International Airport and Kutaisi David Aghmashenebeli International Airport.
In the first seven months of this year, Georgia’s rural airports in Mestia and Ambrolauri both served 4,047 passengers.
Georgia exported 45.4 million bottles of wine to 50 countries in the first seven months of 2018, announces the Georgian National Wine Agency.
In January-July of 2018 Georgia generated about $107.8 million from the sale of wine abroad.
Revenue increased by 28 percent from January-July 2018, while the volume of exports increased by 19 percent, said the Georgian National Wine Agency.
Export growth was notable in the following countries:
To European countries:
To traditional export markets:
The top five countries that imported the most bottles of Georgia wine in January-July 2018 were:
Meanwhile, Georgia exported 9.9 million bottles of Georgian brandy (+20 percent) and 219,500 bottles of Chacha (+114 percent) abroad in January-July 2018.
In total, Georgia has sold $173 million worth of alcoholic beverages in January-July 2018, including wine, brandy, chacha and others.