Copper ores and concentrates, ferro-alloys and motor cars were Georgia’s top exported commodities in January-November 2017, shows the preliminary data from the National Statistics Office of Georgia (Geostat).
More specifically, between January and November of 2017, Georgia exported:
In the same period of this year Georgia's top imported commodities were:
Which countries are Georgia’s top trade partners?
Turkey, Russia and China are Georgia’s top trade partners this year, says Geostat.
Georgia’s top 10 trade partners in January-November 2017 made for 66.5 percent of the country’s total trade turnover.
These following countries are filling the top three spots:
Trade with EU countries
Trade turnover with European Union (EU) countries increased by three percent year-on-year (y/y) and amounted to $2.56 billion, said Geostat.
Exports were worth $579.8 million (12.8 percent higher), while imports reached $1.98 billion (0.5 percent higher).
Trade with CIS countries
The external trade turnover of Georgia with the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) countries totalled $3.13 billion in January-November 2017 – 30.6 percent higher compared to the same period of 2016.
Exports were worth $1.03 billion (56.5 percent higher) while imports equalled $2.10 billion (20.8 percent higher).
More about the external trade of Georgia can be found here.