Georgia’s foreign trade turnover of goods amounted to USD 5.25 billion between January-April 2022 – a 33.4% increase as compared to the same period last year, according to the preliminary estimates released by the National Statistics Office (Geostat) on May 13.
Exports grew by 32.8% to USD 1.59 billion, while imports increased by 33.7% to USD 3.67 billion. The trade deficit between January-April was USD 2.08 billion, amounting to 39.6% of the trade turnover.
- Georgia’s Foreign Trade Up 37.9% in January-March 2022
- Georgia’s Foreign Trade Up 25.6% in 2021
- U.S. Congressmen Call for Stronger Trade, Investment Ties with Georgia