By Messenger Staff
Monday, August 20GDP is a major indicator of a country’s performance. In Georgia, it has increased three-fold from 2007 up to the present. However, analysts observe that the average Georgian citizen can buy fewer products with the same amount of money than you could in 2003, when the Rose Administration came to power. Analysts suggest that GDP growth is neutralized by the increase in the prices of products, so in reality, the Georgian population has not received much relief from this growth of GDP in the country.