Georgia’s foreign trade turnover in the first five months of 2020 decreased by 16.8%, compared to the same period last year – reaching USD 4.2 billion, according to the preliminary figures released by the National Statistics Office (GeoStat) on June 15.
Exports from Georgia decreased by 16.2% year-on-year to USD 1.24 billion, while imports were down by 17% y/y to USD 2.97 billion in January-May, with trade gap standing at USD 1.74 billion.
Geostat will publish detailed data on foreign trade on June 19.
- Georgia’s Foreign Trade in January-April 2020
- Georgia’s Foreign Trade in January-March 2020
- Georgia’s Foreign Trade in January-February 2020
- Georgia’s Foreign Trade in January 2020