Tourism alone cannot rescue Georgia
By Messenger Staff
Monday, December 6Georgia’s economy cannot depend only on the development of tourism alone, according to economic analyst Levan Kalandadze. Creating free tourism zones could be interesting in the long term, but more important are relations between investors and the state. Kalandadze thinks that despite Georgia’s great tourism potential, development in one field alone cannot guarantee the survival of the country’s economy. In the analyst’s opinion it is more important to have special legislation to regulate relations between the businessmen and the state.