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Georgia Competitive Industries Preliminary Sector Diagnostic

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  • Ifeyinwa Onugha
  • Mariana Iootty
  • Austin Kilroy
  • Vincent Palmade

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  • Ifeyinwa Onugha & Mariana Iootty & Austin Kilroy & Vincent Palmade, 2013. "Georgia Competitive Industries Preliminary Sector Diagnostic," World Bank Other Operational Studies 16069, The World Bank.
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    1. Maya Grigolia & Lasha Labadze & Pavol Minarik & Alena Zemplinerova & Marek Vokoun, 2015. "Transfer of Know-how for SMEs in Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. White Paper: Georgia," CASE Network Reports 0123, CASE-Center for Social and Economic Research.

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