Emerging Europe published the annual rating of 2020 based on which Tbilisi tops in Europe with respect to economic potential in Europe.
“We are truly delighted that Tbilisi has been recognised as an up and coming destination, highlighting the city’s thriving opportunities. This award will significantly benefit our international positioning and attract more investment. I welcome all interested parties to discover business possibilities and I assure you that you’ll be convinced in the undisputable advantage of Tbilisi as your future business destination.”
Georgia has long been recognised as one of the easiest places in the world in which to do business, regularly topping the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business rankings for emerging Europe. In 2019 the country placed seventh overall, commended in particular for the streamlined and easy way that new businesses can be registered,” the publication writes.
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