|Wnukowski, Damian, Zasztowt, Konrad
|Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM)
|No. 53 (648), April 2014
|Journal | Series | Blog
The implementation of a Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA) between the EU and Georgia after the planned signature in June may create attractive conditions for Polish exports and investments in Georgia. For its part, Georgia needs to enhance its economic cooperation with European countries in order to strengthen its still fragile economy. Even if Poland is now not a significant economic partner of Georgia’s, both countries may still benefit from the DCFTA. The Polish and Georgian governments should encourage Polish entrepreneurs to enter the Georgian market and provide them with the necessary support and information.
|Countries / Regions
|Eastern Europe, Georgia, Poland