Georgia is increasing its role as an important trade partner for the European Union (EU), the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and other countries.
In January-September 2017, trade turnover with EU countries increased by 5.6 percent and with CIS countries by 31.2 percent year-on-year (y/y), says the National Statistics Office of Georgia (Geostat).
In the reporting period trade turnover with EU countries amounted to $2064.9 million, while with the CIS counties external trade of Georgia reached $2428.2 million.
Overall, Georgia’s top 10 trade partners in January-September 2017 made for 65.7 percent of the country’s total trade turnover, with Turkey ($1117.7 million), Russia ($806.3 million) and China ($640.6 million) filling the top three spots.
What are Georgia's main exports?
Georgia's top exported commodities in January-September 2017 were:
What are Georgia's main imports?
Georgia's top imported commodities were:
More about External Trade of Georgia can be found here.