19.May .2022 16:00

How Much Did Georgia's Exports Increase To The EU?

How Much Did Georgia's Exports Increase To The EU?
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In January-April 2022, the external merchandise trade (excluding non-declared trade) of Georgia amounted to USD 5,253,7 million, 33,4% higher year on year, Georgia’s National Statistics Office reported.

According to statistics, Georgia exported USD 275 million worth of goods to the EU, which was 17.3% of total exports. Exports to the EU increased by USD 64 million compared to the previous year.

Statistics show that Georgia's largest trade commodities in the EU are copper ores and concentrates, which account for 43% of total exports to the EU. The second position is occupied by hazelnuts, whose exports have increased by 14% compared to the previous year.

1. Ores and concentrates - $ 119.5 million, 44,907 tons, an increase of 22% over the previous year
2. Nuts and hazelnuts - $ 21.1 million, 4,229 tons, an increase of 14% over the previous year
3. Ferroalloys - $ 16.5 million, 9,574 tons, an increase of 352% over the previous year
4. Nitrogen Fertilizers - $ 14.5 million, 27,374 tons, an increase of 6% over the previous year
5. Cars - $ 13.0 million, 0 tons, an increase of 172% over the previous year
6. Wines - $ 11.0 million, 3,555 tons, an increase of 36% over the previous year
7. Clothing - $ 7.6 million, 2,171 tons, an increase of 670% over the previous year
8. Spirits - $ 7.3 million, 2,944 tons, an increase of -7% over the previous year
9. Scrap precious metals - $ 5.0 million, 32 tons, an increase of 661% over the previous year
10. Scrap and scrap copper - $ 3.5 million, 394 tons, an increase of 460% over the previous year.