Georgia's GDP increases by 6% for first three quarters of 2014
Monday, January 19
Georgia's GDP increased by 5.9 percent for the first three quarters of 2014, the Georgian Statistics Committee said.
The largest share in the GDP growth for the period accounted for the construction sector (1.2 percent), the industry (1.1 percent) and trade (1.1 percent).
During the reporting period, the volume of foreign direct investments increased by 29.1 percent ($208.3 million) to $923.3 million.
The volume of foreign direct investments increased by 99.2 percent ($252.7 million) in the third quarter of last year.
"There was no high figure in any quarter after 2008," a statement says.