Globalization and georgian economic security
The process of globalization has become a phenomenon of the modern world concomitant. Thus the depth of the small open economy of the countries do not strive for preservation, because they could face the loss of even a statehood. Process of Globalization has positive and negative sizes. Increasing of integration processes, free trade ability to create goods and service market. At the same time it’s also important indexes of economic globalization, which is relatively high in countries which got a small open economy. It is noteworthy that the index of Georgia was ranked 19th in 2012, and at all levels of globalization according to the 63-th place. The globalization process is important for a small open-market economy countries for economic security problem. Here is a non-traditional threats, which include such issues as economic growth, poverty and living standards. In this case, the most important global, regional and local problems of the relationship between, focus groups and civil relations among peoples. In the era of emphasis on the security of the citizens. In this regard, the country's important strategic aim, which is to include the preservation of the territorial integrity, the independence, the improvement of the civil society, of every man and nationality self-assurance and quality of life to the highest level. The country has its own economic security indicators. From here, first of all, it should be noted, of Georgian demographic security. This indicator is a threat that needs radical measures. No less important is the poverty rate, which is the increasing tendency. The relative poverty rate is also characterized by stability and the trend is insignificant. It is also important for the national currency of the depreciation of the problem, which is characterized by increasing and negative impact on the living level.
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