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Ranjod Kamboj, a successful Indian farmer who came to Georgia over 2 years ago, looks out over the capital Tbilisi with his wife, two young children and nephew. Georgia has seen its agricultural production drop in recent years and now imports 70% of its foodstuffs. In an atempt to stimulate agricultural production the government has encouraged immigration of people with agricultural skills. Since 2012 more than 2,000 migrants have come from the Indian state of Punjab, attracted by fertile land selling for around $1,000 - $1,500 per hectare, a fraction of the cost in India.