Trade turnover between Georgia and Armenia has reached a record high in the first six months of 2021 and amounted to $ 332.4 million. This is significantly higher than the 2020 ($ 283.4 million) and 2019 ($ 281.9 million) figures, Jam News reports.
In particular, compared with the year of the pandemic, trade in the first two quarters of 2021 increased by 17.2%, and compared to the year before the pandemic, it increased by 17.9%.
Exports to Armenia this year amounted to $ 101 million and imports to $231.3 million.
In the first six months of 2021, mostly meat, fish, crustacean meal, ethyl denatured alcohol, spirits, and ferrous metal structures were imported from Georgia to Armenia.
During the same period, Georgia bought copper ore, concentrate, semi-finished carbon steel products, glass jar and bottles, cigars and cigarillos from Armenia.