Since October 1995, the Georgian economy has begun to make headway in reversing its post-Soviet free fall Economic policy-maker David Onoprishvili, interviewed by Michael Wyzan, traces the turnaround to summer 1994, when Eduard Shevardnadze formed his new government by Michael Wyzan IN GEORGIA’S FIRST YEARS OF independence, its economy suffered one of the most severe […]

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