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Economics drives Georgian politics

7 January 2008 By Martin Hutchinson

The Caucasus nation has had a strong economy since 2004, so Saakashvili won reelection. As in Ukraine, growth has proved a stronger force than Soviet nostalgia. However, there are signs of the economy overheating, which could reverse both economic and political progress.

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