BAKU, Azerbaijan, Jan. 28
By Tamilla Mammadova – Trend:
Imports of pyrotechnics down in Georgia in 2020, Trend reports via the National Statistics Office of Georgia (Geostat).
According to Geostat, $3.5 million was spent on the acquisition of 985.1 tons of pyrotechnics last year, the figure is 43.7 percent down year-on-year.
Pyrotechnics include fireworks, signal rockets, anti-fog signals and other pyrotechnic products.
In 2019, the country imported pyrotechnics worth 30.5 percent more comparing to 2018, and the value of 1,591.3 tons of goods amounted to $6.3 million, while the figure was $4.3 million in 2018.
The list of importing countries:
1. China - $1.7 million, 538.5 tons; decrease - 28.1 percent;
2. Poland - $954,500, 290.3 tons; decrease 27.5 percent;
3. Bulgaria - $804,600, 143; decrease - 63.3 percent;
4. Hong Kong - $36,400, 10.9 tons, growth - 71.1 percent;
5. Germany - $29,900, 2.2 tons, growth - 50 percent;
6. Turkey - $3,700, decrease - 72.4 percent.
A total of $5,400 worth of pyrotechnics were imported from other countries this year, while last year this number was $373,000.
The TOP-10 of the companies importing pyrotechnics is as follows: Bet Group Ltd; Temo Ltd; Leader Ltd.; Maxem Ltd; Three Brothers Ltd.; Enigma Fireworks Georgia Ltd; Mukhura Ltd; MMG Ltd; Kapaneli Ltd; BIUTI Ltd.
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