05.Apr .2022 16:30

Kazakhstan’s exports to Georgia down by 14%, imports up five times

Kazakhstan’s exports to Georgia down by 14%, imports up five times
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Kazakhstan's exports to Georgia decreased by 13.8%, to $6.1 million, while imports increased by five times in January-February 2022, to $7 million, reports the Ministry of Trade and Integration of Kazakhstan.

“The export of Kazakhstani goods to Georgia decreased by 13.8%, to $6.1 million (…) Imports to Kazakhstan from Georgia in January-February 2022 increased fivefold and amounted to $7 million,” reads the statement.

"Kazakhstan did not export oil products and gases to Georgia in January-February, but increased 9.6 times to $1.8 million supplies of flat clad rolled products from unalloyed steel, 3.1 times to $1.7 million - ferroalloys, by 58.6% - wheat. Deliveries of shaving and bath products, deodorants increased by 30 times, up to $382,000."

Imports of mineral waters increased by 19.6 times to $4.3 million, wine - by 3.5 times to $1.3 million, strong alcohol  by 66% to $254 thousand.

Trade turnover between Kazakhstan and Georgia in January-February 2022 increased by 54.6%, to $13.1 million, KazTag reports.