Humphreys, Jeffrey
January 2010
Georgia Trend;Jan2010, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p105
The author discusses the economic conditions in Georgia. The author mentions the increase of the state's gross domestic product (GDP) for about 1.5%. However, the author cites that the state is still suffering from the deceleration of real estate, due to the global crisis in 2009 and notes the actions of the state's government for the sector's recovery. Moreover, the author also looks on the state's employment condition.


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