Georgia’s foreign trade turnover increases 13%

Mon 14 August 2017 07:54 GMT | 11:54 Local Time

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The foreign trade turnover of Georgia amounted to $5674,7 million in January-July 2017.

This figure is 13 percent more than the last year’s, said Georgia’s Department of National Statistics, APA’s local bureau reported.
In the above-mentioned period, the export of the neighboring country amounted to $1446,2 million increasing by 28.9%, and the import amounted to $4228,6 million increasing by 8.5%.
The trade deficit was 49% ($2782,4 million). 




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