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PMC Research-How Sustainable is the Universal Healthcare Program in Georgia?
27-Oct-2015
The study showed that to ensure effectiveness of the program the government will need to increase expenditures. Recommendations also covered creation of database of beneficiaries.
The Service Quality in the Natural Gas Sector: EU Experience and Implications for Georgia
22-Oct-2015
How Georgia can improve service quality in natural gas sector? - PMC Research conducted researsh with the support of Konrad Adenauer Foundation.
Solar Power Scale: Policy Schemes for Supporting Solar Power Generation in Georgia
21-Oct-2015
Solar power is one of the fastest growing renewable energy technologies becoming competitive with traditional sources of electricity generation. Its main characteristics are: high initial investment costs, free fuel during the operations period and environmentally friendly nature.
PMC Research Center was Awarded for the Highest Level of Transparency
25-Sep-2015
Center was awarded by Think Tank Fund of the Open Society Foundations for setting the gold standard for the field as a whole, by reflecting exemplary transparency in publicly disclosing sources of funding.
Study Finds Huge Benefits in Georgia-China Free Trade
28-Aug-2015
The study was produced in collaboration with the University of International Business and Economics, the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia and the Ministry of Economy of China, and finds that a free trade deal would increase bilateral trade in goods as well as foster trade in services and foreign direct investment.
Dollarization Ratio Decreasing in Georgia
17-Aug-2015
Out of a total GEL 13.6 billion, GEL 9 billion of Georgian deposits is denominated in a foreign currency. Deposits denominated in USD have increased by 5.6% as of July 2015, in comparison with the prior year. The dollarization rate of loans has decreased by 2.4 percentage points for the same period. Total reduction of the dollarization ratio stood at 1 percent this year.
Consumer Prices – January – June, 2015
03-Aug-2015
In June 2015, compared to June 2014, consumer prices increased by 4.5%. In this period, the highest growth of prices recorded on the following categories: Alcoholic beverages and tobacco (11.4%); Clothing and footwear (-3.3%).
Georgia-China Free Trade Agreement - Possible Consequences
28-Jul-2015
Considering Georgia’s trade policy liberalization, it will not affect local producers and the growth ofimport. Taking into account all the effects, we can say that trade liberalization with China will contribute to thedevelopment of Georgia’s economy
Georgia-China Free Trade Agreement Providing Numerous Opportunities
27-Jul-2015
Georgia’s export to China would increase by 9% approximately, in the short-term period including significant growth of wine exports (28.5%) and non-alcoholic drinks (36.7%). On the other hand, imports from China would increase by 1.7%.
Possible Outcomes of Georgia-China Free Trade Agreement
24-Jul-2015
The comparative analysis of Georgia’s foreign trade and trade with China shows that a free trade agreement may increase export of goods and services in new directions as well.
Working on Adjara Development Strategy for 2016-2020 Years
24-Jul-2015
The final document will be prepared in February 2016 and will develop priority areas correctly.
Preliminary Results: Possible Outcomes of Georgia-China Free Trade Agreement
24-Jul-2015
Growth in Chinese investments, including in infrastructure projects that will facilitate an increase in Asia-Europe trade flow and in the medical and financial sectors, under the framework of the new policy of the Chinese government would be expected.
What are the Benefits of Georgia-China Free Trade Agreement
24-Jul-2015
Considering Georgia’s trade policy liberalization, it will not affect local producers and the growth of import. Taking into account all the effects, we can say that trade liberalization with China will contribute to the development of Georgia’s economy
What are the Benefits of Georgia-China Free Trade Agreement
24-Jul-2015
The study showed that Georgia’s export to China would increase by 9% approximately, in the short-term period including significant growth of wine exports (28.5%) and non-alcoholic drinks (36.7%).
Setting the Standard: PMCG Wins the UNDP Gender Equality Awards
23-Jul-2015
Over the years, PMCG has stood by its belief that women and men should be equally involved in decision-making processes. Indeed, in the pursuit of development, this devotion to gender equality is the only way
Supporting Georgia and Moldova Effectively Manage EU Integration Process
20-Jul-2015
PMC RC recently hosted a high-level two-day knowledge-sharing workshop in Tbilisi with the support of the International Visegrad Fund. 
Production in business sector increased by 11.9% in the First Quarter
20-Jul-2015
In this period, production in business sector increased in all economic sector. Among them, the highest growth of production is in the following sectors: construction (38.5%), real estate (23.8%), transport and communication (8.2%), trade (6.0%) and industry (4.4%). 
PMCG Won Gender Equality Award 2015 by UNDP
15-Jul-2015
PMCG honored to have won the UNDP Gender Equality Award 2015, for Gender Balance at the Executive Level. We are pleased that our policy of equal opportunity for men and women in the workplace was acknowledged and positively appraised by an organization of such high standing.
Discussing Gender Equality as A Wise and Worthwhile Business Approach
15-Jul-2015
PMCG honored to have won the UNDP Gender Equality Award 2015, for Gender Balance at the Executive Level. We are pleased that our policy of equal opportunity for men and women in the workplace was acknowledged and positively appraised by an organization of such high standing.
Government: Dialogue with Private Sector is Essential for EU Integration
09-Jul-2015
Aiming to assist Georgian and Moldovan businesses and governments to achieve more coordinated dialogue on potential costs and benefits in the EU integration process, the PMC Research Center, with the support of International Visegrad Fund, hosted a two-day knowledge-sharing workshop on July 2-3.