Georgia and Hong Kong will sign free trade agreement in late June, as part of Belt and Road Summit, Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili said.
“This is an important event for exports of our products and naturally, this will further ensure openness for trade, investments. We are sure this will additionally stimulate economic development of our country”, Giorgi Kvirikashvili said.
After signature of the agreement Georgian entrepreneurs will be able to export products to the high-solvent market with 7 million consumers under free trade regime. Georgia-Hong Kong free trade agreement negotiations started in September 2016 and ended in two meetings.
Georgia has already signed free trade agreements with EU, China, EFTA, Turkey and CIS Countries. Negotiations are underway with India and Israel.