Georgia entered the top ten of 144 countries globally with a low rate of bribery and freedom from corruption in the World Bank's ranking, Beka Liluashvili, Advisor to the Prime Minister of Georgia on Economic Affairs stated.
He emphasized that this assessment was formed based on the results of a survey of several hundred Georgian companies.
"The study focused on the level of corruption and said Georgia is among the top ten among 144 countries in the world with a low rate of bribery," Beka Liluashvili said.
The World Bank, with partners EBRD, EIB, DFID, conducts the study every four years, focusing on aspects of the business environment that play an essential role in the growth and development of the private sector and, therefore, the economy.
The survey was conducted in Georgia was from March 2019 to January 2020, and 581 company owners and managers were interviewed.