Trade and communication with other countries has been difficult for Georgia. They have not been able to receive goods they need to be able to properly function such as oil and gas. Also, trade has been limited.
Georgia's GDP has decreased by two-thirds since the Cold War. This is mainly because they are not receiving goods such as oil and gas that they get from Russia. Russia has stopped this trade because Georgia still owes them money and has not paid off their debts after the Cold War.
About half of the population is unemployed. This is the result of many low wages. On average a resident living in Georgia makes about 171.97 per month if they are living below the poverty line. Also, many people have also just become lazy and or are disabled and cannot go to work.
Half the population lives below the poverty line.
Many of these people fled to Russia after leaving Georgia. Most people couldn't afford to pay their bills in Georgia such as rent and electricity. This resulted in most moving because they could not properly provide for their family.
Many people have fled
Crime levels have continued to increase in Georgia mostly in cities but also in homes. Things such as abuse among families and high shooting and street violence. In conclusion, independence has brought Georgia much trouble.