Table of Contents
Table of Contents
In Lieu of a Preface
Chapter 1. When and Why Drop in the Exchange Rate of Georgian Lari Began?
Chapter 2. What Gives Rise to Deepening of Tax Deficit?
Chapter 3. Does Foreign Debt Influence upon Exchange Rate of Georgian Lari?
Chapter 4. What are Outcomes of Georgian Lari and Whose Fault Is It?
Chapter 5. How Fiscal Policy of Government Influenced upon Changing of Exchange Rate of Lari?
Chapter 6. What Can We Do to Save Georgian Lari and Georgian Economy?!
Chapter 7. Chronicles of the Georgian Origin of the Money
In Lieu of a Conclusion
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