Home / Economy / Georgia’s Net International Investment Positions Worsens
position invetsment

Georgia’s Net International Investment Positions Worsens

Georgia’s net international investment positions made up 17.9 billion USD at the end of 2015, that is, GDP’s -128.6 % (based on the report of the past 4 quarters).

The country has lost positions and obligations have increased as compared to assets. Negative balance has worsened by 515.2 million USD (year on year) and by 499.1 million USD (quarter on quarter).

In the 4th quarter operating, price and other changes were negative, and only the exchange rate was positive.

Georgia’s total international assets marked 6.9 billion USD (+495 million USD year on year and +190.5 million USD quarter on quarter).

Total international liabilities amounted to 24.9 billion USD (+974.3 million USD year on year and +689.6 million USD quarter on quarter).