Georgia’s Foreign Trade Up 22.3% in January-September 2021
Georgia’s foreign trade turnover in January-September 2021 increased by 22.3% compared to the same period last year, reaching USD 10.01 billion, according to express data published by the National Statistics Office (Geostat) on October 13.
Exports increased by 24% year-over-year, reaching USD 2.98 billion, while imports grew by 21.6%, to USD 7.03 billion. Meanwhile, the trade deficit stood at USD 4.05 billion, constituting 40.4% of the trade turnover in January-September 2021.
- Georgia’s GDP Increased by 10.3% in August
- Q2’21 GDP Up by 29.9%
- Georgia’s Foreign Trade Up 22.3% in January-August
- Q2’21 FDI USD 234.2 Mln, Down by 2.6%
- Annual Inflation Hits 10-Year High at 12.8% in August
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