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After joining the European Union, Bulgaria’s and Romania’s expectations for a better economic situation were not met, as enterprises and factories were shut down and the rates of unemployment reached an alarming level. The same will happen in Georgia, especially in the spheres of wine-making and viticulture.
Bulgaria and Romania joined the European Union in 2007; as a result, their GDP, export, average annual wages, as well as a share of products created in their economies by industrial sector increased. In addition, European countries account for 84% and 78% of Romanian and Bulgarian exports, respectively. No indication that it would be bad for Georgia to cooperate or join the EU. Further debunking and the above mentioned statistics at Myth Detector.