24.Jan .2020 19:04

“Number of Georgian companies exporting to the EU increased by 44 percent from 2014"

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According to Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development Irakli Nadareishvili, more than 800 Georgian companies make an export to the EU, which is a significant achievement.

"According to the latest data, Georgian exports to the EU countries increased by 13 percent since 2014, when the free trade agreement was signed, the total number of Georgian exporting companies has increased by 44 percent," - said the Deputy Minister.

Irakli Nadareishvili emphasized the role and activity of the state in this direction.

"It is important that more than 125 Euro Directives have been approximated within the DCFTA, ensuring that Georgian business and the state benefit more from deep and comprehensive free trade relations with the EU," the Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development said.