Georgia’s export down by 13.1% in June, Geostat’s new report notes. According to preliminary data, export has made up 266.9 million USD in the last month, which is 40.3 million USD ( 13.1%) less comparing to the same period of 2019.
However, import is sharply decreased as well, which has made up 57.3 million USD in the last month. The figure is 120.1 million USD (17.2%) less comparing to the same period of 2019.
Georgia’s export has made up 1.5 billion USD (15.6 percent less) in January-June in total, while import – 3.56 billion USD (16.5 percent less). The trade deficit equaled 2 billion USD in January-June, 2020 and its share in trade turnover constituted 40.7 percent.
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