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Agricultural Productivity in Georgia and Armenia, a Sequel

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Why agricultural productivity has grown by nearly 200 percent in Armenia since 1992, while it has declined in Georgia since then? And why are Armenian farmers in Georgia's Samtskhe-Javakheti region far more productive than their...
The "Elections Effect" on the Georgian Bread Prices

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Despite global wheat and flour prices going through the roof since the beginning of May 2012, domestic prices stayed put until the October 15 parliamentary elections. The task of cleaning up the Augean stables –...

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