The GDP per capita in the fourth quarter of 2015 made up 982.4 USD (2 355 GEL), while the figure marked 1 001 USD (1 808 GEL) in the same period of 2014, according to Geostat, the national statistics service of Georgia.
Georgia’s economy rose 2.9% in the fourth quarter of 2015 and the GDP indicator in the current prices made up 8.785 billion GEL. The deflator aggregate rose 5.2%, Geostat reports.
The trade sector ranks first in the GDP sectoral structure with 16.9% and the industry is second with 16.2%.
The state governance ranks third with 11.6%, the transport and communications field is fourth with 9.2%, the development sector is fifth with 8.5%, the agriculture and fishing is sixth with 7.9%, transactions with real estate, leasing and services is seventh with 7%, healthcare and social assistance is eights with 5.5%.