Economic stability has now been achieved, Georgian Finance Minister Mikhail Chkuaseli told Transitions' Anne Nivat in Tbilisi during a July interview. Now, he says, a new stimulus is needed to transform that stability to economic growth, which-in turn-will help alleviate the country's political problems

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