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EU4Business published its 2020 country report, covering all EU support to SMEs in Georgia. The country report provides detailed information about EU assistance across all three priority areas of the programme: access to finance, business development services and the business enabling environment.

In 2019, the EU disbursed €75.89 million in 2019 to support a total of nearly 36,234 SMEs in Georgia, a third of which are owned by women. This resulted in over 31,443 new jobs and €414.8 million in extra income generated by EU-supported SMEs in Georgia.

For your reference:

Country Report Georgia 2020

News about the country reports released for the six EaP countries

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The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the European Union are boosting their support for underserved micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) in eastern Europe, the Caucasus and the southern and eastern Mediterranean region. This includes Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine.
EU4Business has published the Citizens’ Summary 2022 for Georgia with the overview of major results of the past year.
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) President Odile Reno-Basso, on a visit to Georgia, has signed agreements with two Georgian banks on loans to local small businesses.

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