The FINANCIAL -- In Georgia, the transport and logistics industry does not in fact have a single person responsible for its entirety. There are a scarce number of independent institutions working on analytics to observe global and regional trends. But who makes the decisions not to carry out any reform, despite the development of creeping and downward trends over the years? Where is the strategy and vision from the transport and logistics policy development department? What do we want to do in the future? Having no responses to those questions, and being in a state of uncertainty, automatically leads the country and sector to reap negative results.