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Georgia will Participate in the Exhibitions Held in the People’s Republic of China

Published: April 23, 2013 | 4:49 pm
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(CNA)-On April 23 Giorgi Kvirikashvili, Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia, hosted the delegation of the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade. David Narmania, Minister of Regional Development and Infrastructure (CCPIT), also attended the meeting. The Chinese delegation was headed by Zhang Wei, Chairman of CCPIT.  The delegation included both state officials and business representatives.

During the meeting the sides discussed trade-economic relations between Georgia and the People’s Republic of China. Giorgi Kvirikashvili informed the guests about Georgia’s investment environment and doing business opportunities in the country. The minister also spoke about the reforms Georgian government is carrying out for improving business environment.

According to Kvirikashvili, Georgian government plans to significantly increase export volume to China. In this regards, Georgia will participate the exhibitions held in the People’s Republic of China where local manufacturers will have an opportunity to present their production. These exhibitions will help rise the popularity of Georgian production in China.

According to the official data of 2012, China is Georgia’s number four trade partner. In 2012 trade turnover between the countries was increased by 7 percent. Growth tendency has been maintained in 2013 as well. Export indicator was increased by 181.9 percent, including traditional export products like Georgian wine the sales volume of which is growing in China.

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