The major vectors of Georgia's customs policy in the post-coronavirus rehabilitation process

Ramin Tsinaridze, Levan Tsetskhladze

Abstract


The customs policy is one of the most effective instruments for stimulating the economy, which, through its mechanism, contributes to the realization of the competitive environment and free market principles. The modification of existing policies will have positively impact to stimulate local business sectors and facilitate the post-crisis rehabilitation process.

That is why, in the process of rehabilitationfrom the economic crisis which is caused by Coronavirus, the customs policy should ensure that the main vectors of post-crisis policy are defined, so that, country can involve in the global chain of international business with minimal losses.


Keywords


Coronavirus, Economic Crisis, Customs Policy, Modified Vectors, Economic Rehabilitation.

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