Product export of 500 million USD has been made in the EU from Georgia through 11 months. According to Geostat the index is increased by 6% comparing to the same period of the previous year.
However, the import has been 2,192 million USD through January-November, growth totals to 2%.
Totally foreign trade turnover with the EU countries is increased by 3% and the figure totals to 2,792 million USD.
It should be noted, that the share of these countries has amounted to 31% in Georgia’s foreign trade turnover, at that 30% in the export and 32% – in import (respectively, 26, 22 and 28 percent through January – November, 2014).
Trade deficit of 33% (31 percent by January-November, 2014) has accounted for the EU countries.
Foreign trade turnover has amounted to 2,509 million USD with CIS countries in January-November, 2015 (less by 22% comparing to January-November, 2014). At that, export has been 764 million USD (less by 44%), while import – 1,746 million USD (less by 7%).
The share of CIS countries has been 28% in Georgian foreign trade turnover, at that 38% in the export and 25% – in the import (respectively, 31, 52 and 24 interest in January-November, 2014).
To note, 20% of trade deficit has accounted for the CIS countries through January-November, 2015 (10 percent in January-November, 2014).