Georgia exports cars, imports oil products
Georgia, Tbilisi, Aug.25 / Trend, N. Kirtskhalia /
Automobile export is leading Georgia's export market, being in the top 10 export goods, at $272 million. As the Georgian Statistics Committee told Trend, 23 percent of total exports are accounted for by cars.
Ferroalloys ranks second with $146 million, and accounts for some 12 percent of total car exports.
Scrap ferrous metals ranks third, reaching $89 million and accounting for 8 percent of total exports.
In January-July 2011 exports amounted to over $1.186.625 billion.
Oil and oil products still rank first in the top 10 imports from January to July, 2011, bringing in $458 million. Some 13 percent of total imports are accounted for by oil. Cars rank second at $206 million, and account for 6 percent of total imports. Oil gases and gaseous hydrocarbons rank third at $150 million, making up 4 percent of total imports.