In 2016, from January to October, foreign trade volume (without non-declared trade) amounted to 9957 million USD, which is 22% higher than the date in the previous year.
According to National Statistics Office of Georgia, 69% of foreign trade came from 10 biggest trade partners. The biggest trade partner was Canada (1830 million USD), Turkey (1270 million USD), and Russia (687 million USD).
From January to October, in 2016, copper and concentrates were in the top 10 export products (265 million USD). It was 16% of the whole export. Nuts export amounted to 146 million USD and 9% of the export. Automobiles were on the 3rd place. Their export equaled to 138 million USD and amounted to 8% of the whole export.
The biggest imported goods in January-October 2016, were medical supplies, which amounted to 2616 million USD and it was 32% of the whole import. 2398 million USD was spent on C hepatitis medicine. The second place was occupied by oil and oil products goods with 476 million USD, which was 6% of the import. Automobiles import amounted to 374 million USD and occupied 3rd place with 5% of import.