The Investment Program will promote economic development and subregional trade, and accelerate subregional cooperation and integration. It will create better trade corridors, and thus facilitate the cross-border movement of people and cargo. The outcome will be an improved subregional road network. Successful implementation of the Investment Program will (i) improve the efficiency of subregional road traffic through Georgia; (ii) increase trade flows and competitiveness; (iii) lower transport costs; (iv) increase mobility and accessibility to markets, jobs, and social services; and (v) improve governance.
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