Georgia
Statistical Appendix

In recent years, the IMF has released a growing number of reports and other documents covering economic and financial developments and trends in member countries. Each report, prepared by a staff team after discussions with government officials, is published at the option of the member country.

Abstract

In recent years, the IMF has released a growing number of reports and other documents covering economic and financial developments and trends in member countries. Each report, prepared by a staff team after discussions with government officials, is published at the option of the member country.

Table 1.

Georgia: Basic Data, 2000–05

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Source: Georgian authorities.

According to ILO strong criteria (see table 8).

Average annual interest rate on treasury bills.

There is a break in series beginning in 1998 when a new classification of fiscal account was implemented.

Table 2.

Georgia: GDP by Origin, 1997–2004

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Source: Georgian State Department of Statistics.
Table 3.

Georgia: Production of Selected Industrial Commodities, 1997–2004

(In thousands of tons, unless otherwise indicated)

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Source: Georgian State Department of Statistics.
Table 4.

Georgia: Transportation Indicators, 1997–2004

(In thousands of tons)

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Source: Georgian State Department of Statistics.
Table 5.

Georgia: Prices, 1992–2005

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Source: Georgian State Department of Statistics.
Table 6.

Georgia: Employment and Average Monthly Wages, 1997–2004

(After taxes, in lari)

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Source: Georgian State Department of Statistics.
Table 7.

Georgia: Employment and Average Monthly Wages by Sectors, 1997–2004

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Source: Georgian authorities.
Table 8.

Georgia: Economic Status According to International Labor Organization (ILO), 1997–2004

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Source: Georgian authorities.

According to the strong criterion, unemployed indicates a person jobless during the last seven days which has been looking for a jobduring the previous two weeks and is ready to start working in the enxt seven days.

According to the soft criterion, unemployed indicates a person jobless during the last seven days, which is ready to start work in the next seven days, but gave up looking for a job.

Table 9.

Georgia: Economic Status (ILO), 2003–04

(In thousands)

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Source: Georgian authorities.

According to the strong criterion, unemployed indicates a person jobless during the last seven days, which has been looking for a job during the previous two weeks and is ready to start working in the enxt seven days.

According to the soft criterion, unemployed indicates a person jobless during the last seven days, which is ready to start work in the next seven days, but gave up looking for a job.

Table 10.

Georgia: Operations of the General Government, 1998–2005 (In millions of lari)

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Sources: Georgian authorities.

2005 tax revenue, social tax, and nontax revenue include some back payments from corporations privatized that year.

2004 extrabudgetary expenditure excludes GEL 84 million in payment of pension arrears.

Starting in 2005 capital spending includes expenditure previously undertaken by the Road Fund and recorded as current spending.

The definition for social spending beginning in 2005 represents the functional classification of spending of the Ministries of Education and Health.