CentralBankNet Monday Special Feature

SPECIAL FEATURE - Georgia, a small low-income economy dependent on exports to Turkey and Russia, burdened with the legacy of ethnic conflicts, high external debts and low economic literacy, has nevertheless made striking progress in one important dimension: ensuring monetary stability. The IMF has rightly praised the role of the central bank in bringing this about. Here, the governor, Irakli Managadze, describes to CentralBankNet how he tackled the job.

Interview with Irakli Managadze

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