Largest trading partners of Georgia

July 6 2020

Georgia is actively developing trade relations with its neighbors and beyond. So in 2019, Russia (10,7%), Azerbaijan (11,8%), Turkey (13,6%) became the largest partners in trade.  

The rest of the countries accounted for 63,9% of the trade turnover, which indicates a competent economic policy of Georgia, as a result of which the foreign trade turnover increased by 1,2% (from $817 million in 2018 to $827 million in 2019). In general, exports increased by 7,2%, while imports decreased by 1%.

Georgia mainly sells copper ores, cars, natural grape wines, mineral waters, hazelnuts and other nuts, processed and unprocessed gold, imports oil and oil products, including natural gas, wheat, cellular telephones and other communications.

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