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External Merchandise Trade of Georgia increased by 17 percent
12:35 24.07.2012
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According to the information of the National Statistics office of Georgia, External Merchandise Trade (excluding non-organized trade) of Georgia amounted to USD 4866 million in January-June 2012, up 17 percent from the same period of the previous year. Compared to January-June 2011, the volume of export grew by 10 percent and reached USD 1140 million, while import increased by 19 percent amounting to USD 3725 million. The trade deficit reached USD 2585 million.

According to the the data, rate of external trade of Georgia with EU in January-June increased with 32 percent and with the CIS – 5%.  

Among the 10 largest trading partners Turkey is leading (741 million. USD), then Azerbaijan (606 million. USD) and Ukraine (341 million. USD). 

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