- Words: 2619
- Length: 8 Pages
- Topic: History - Israel
- Paper #: 62834510
For more than a decade, the country has been de-industrializing and learning to live with firewood or diesel generators brought in from Turkey. Reforms in Georgia, with its entrenched corruption, lack of competitive industries, poor work ethic, worn-out Soviet-era infrastructure, and widespread poverty, has been considered difficult, especially in the face of a deep economic crisis and security threats, including ones from Russia.
Agriculture is a leading occupation in Georgia, whose