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20 December, 2022

Corruption Risks in Abastumani

Bidzina Ivanishvili showed interest in Abastumani in August 2018, when he served as the chairman of the ruling Georgian Dream party.

28 November, 2022

Performance Evaluation of the Parliamentary Standing Council of Open Government

The report is developed by Transparency International Georgia within the framework of the parliamentary monitoring project and it evaluates the performance of the Parliamentary Standing Council of Open Government in the Parliament of 10th Convocation in a period between 11 December 2020 and 12 June 2022.Key Findings

18 November, 2022

Performance Evaluation of the Parliamentary Standing Council of Open Government

The report is developed by Transparency International Georgia within the framework of the parliamentary monitoring project and it evaluates the performance of the Parliamentary Standing Council of Open Government in the Parliament of 10th Convocation in a period between 11 December 2020 and 12 June 2022.Key Findings

14 November, 2022

Georgia's Economic Dependence on Russia: Impact of the Russia-Ukraine war

In January-September 2022, Georgia received about 2.2 billion USD in income from Russia through remittances, tourism, and the export of goods, which is 2.6 times more than the income received from Russia in January-September 2021 from the same sources. This number by 64% exceeds the income received from Russia in January-September 2019, before the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.

24 October, 2022

TV Advertising Market Report 2021

Transparency International Georgia publishes a traditional report on TV advertising market review. In 2021, COVID-19 remained a major challenge for the advertising market, and subsequent pandemic restrictions significantly affected the economy.  

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