Georgia’s real GDP increased by 25.8% year-on-year in May, according to the rapid estimates released by the National Statistics Office (Geostat) on June 30.
Geostat said growth was registered in almost all sectors, while the most significant contributions to the GDP increase came from manufacturing, financial and insurance activities, trade, real estate, hotels and restaurants, construction, transportation and storage.
Real GDP also grew by 11.5% in January-May 2021, according to the rapid estimates.
In May 2020, Georgia’s real GDP declined by 13.5% year-on-year.
- Georgia’s Foreign Trade in January-May 2021
- Georgian Central Bank Keeps Key Rate at 9.5%
- Q1’21 FDI USD 125.4 Mln, Down by 28.3%
- Annual Inflation 7.7% in May
- Geostat: Georgia’s GDP Growth 44.8% in April