Georgia’s foreign trade turnover decreases
Monday, March 2
Georgia's foreign trade turnover amounted to $694 million in January 2015, which is 9 percent less than the figure in the same period of 2014, according to the report of the GruzStat (Georgian National Statistical Service).
During the reported period, Georgia's exports decreased by 30 percent compared to January 2014 and were equal to $156 million. In total, about $538 million worth of goods was imported into the country in January 2015, which is 1 percent less than the volume of imports in the same period of 2014.
The country's trade deficit in January 2015 stood at $382 million or 55 percent of the foreign trade turnover.