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Georgia became a member and shareholder of IFC in 1995. Since then, IFC has invested over $810 million* in 60 projects in the financial services, manufacturing, and infrastructure sectors, and mobilized more than $272 million from other lenders. IFC has also implemented a number of advisory projects focused on developing the private sector and supported regional projects that include Georgia commitments.
IFC Strategy in Georgia
Through a combination of investment and advisory services, IFC works to expand private sector participation in infrastructure, renewable energy, and agribusiness, and support small and medium enterprises in all sectors of the Georgian economy.
IFC’s portfolio in Georgia stands at almost $322 million* with investments in financial markets, manufacturing, infrastructure, and oil.
* These amounts include only projects based in Georgia and not regional or global projects.
Details of projects currently in progress can be found in IFC Disclosure. For completed projects see press releases below or visit the IFC Press Room.