BAKU, Azerbaijan, May 13. Georgia’s foreign trade turnover (excluding non-declared trade) from January through April 2022 amounted to $5.2 billion, Trend reports via National Statistics Office (Geostat).
According to the statistical data, the current index increased by 33.4 percent, compared to $3.9 billion over the same period of 2021.
Georgia’s exports amounted from January through April to $1.5 billion, which is an increase of 32.8 percent, compared to $1.1 billion over the same period of 2021.
Georgia’s imports totaled $3.6 billion in the reporting period of 2022 – an increase of 33.7 percent, compared to $2.7 billion from January through April 2021.
The trade deficit in Georgia from January through April 2022 equaled $2 billion, with a 39.6 percent share in the total trade turnover.