Georgian Experts Call on the Government and Central Bank to Increase Coordination

Georgian Experts Call on the Government and Central Bank to Increase Coordination

access_time2016-01-29 12:12:47

The experts interviewed  by "Commersant"  urge  the government and the National Bank of Georgia  to increase coordination in order to stop a  further  slide  of the Georgian national currency. "Society and the banks” economic analyst says  that the government should focus on more active work with investors and new  markets, in addition to Russia and Azerbaijan.

 


They believe in the  Young Economists Association that the government and the National Bank have a lot of tools  to  control the exchange rate.



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