Tato Khundadze

Tato Khundadze is a lecturer in International Political Economy at the Georgian-American University and head of the Analytical Division at the Georgian Public Broadcaster.

Opinion | Georgia’s economy has failed; now it’s time to build factories

Despite the many international economic indices suggesting Georgia is a great success story, most Georgians live in poverty.

Opinion | Bank reforms touted by Georgia’s Prime Minister–to-be could spell the end of predatory lending

If Mamuka Bakhtadze follows through on his announced reforms they could be the first step in addressing some of the most pressing economic woes.

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