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Measuring economy wide effects of big transport projects : the case of Georgia (English)

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Georgia is upgrading its principal highway, running for more than 350 kilometers between the Black Sea on its western border and Azerbaijan in the east, at a cost of about 2.3 billion US dollars, or nearly 14 percent of its 2014 Gross domestic product... See More +

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  • Monsalve, Carolina;
  • 2016/05/01 02:32:05
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  • Georgia
  • Europe and Central Asia
  • 2016/08/11 02:26:03
  • Disclosed
  • Measuring economy wide effects of big transport projects : the case of Georgia
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