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Georgia’s Foreign Trade Turnover Rose by 12.9%

In January-November 2017 Georgia’s foreign trade turnover rose by 12.9% to 9.563 billion USD.

In total trade turnover, the exports constituted 2.439 billion USD, up 27% year on year, while the imports rose by 8.8% to 7.124 billion USD.

In the reporting period, Georgia’s negative trade balance made up 4.684 billion USD and constituted 49% in foreign trade turnover. 

Exports without re-exports made up 1.871 billion USD, up 24.2% year on year.