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Trade with Turkey

Published: August 6, 2013 | 9:29 am
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According to the National Statistics Service data, exports to the Republic of Turkey have fallen by 0.8% this year compared to 2012, while imports fell by 6.8%. According to the expert Emzar Jgerenaia, the summer season is characterised by reduced business activity. He regards the fall in the trade activity as a temporary event.
A spokesman for the Turkish Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Stock Exchange Federation has been unable to name specific reasons for the drop in the trade turnovers, but states that Turkey is Georgia’s main trading partner, and such statistics do not deserve much attention.

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