TBILISI(BPI)- Georgia’s foreign trade turnover in January-February tumbled by 12% compared to the same period of last year to $ 1.654 billion. In the first two months of the year, exports amounted to $ 495 million that is 6.8% less, while imports fell by 14.1% to $ 1.159 billion.
Georgia’s negative trade balance made $ 665 million that is 40.2% of total turnover.
In February exports rose 3% to $ 270 million, while imports tumbled 12% to $ 618 million.
The National Statistical Office will publish the detailed data on foreign trade on March 19.