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Georgia- Free Trade Hub between Asia and Europe

America-Georgia Business Council plans to hold annual conference. The event is scheduled for December 7. Main topic of the 19th conference is: “Georgia: Free Trade Hub between Asia and Europe”. The conference will discuss issues that are to increase efficiency of use of trade spaces, new silk road and analyze …

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Free Trade Agreement Negotiations with China Finalized

Free Trade Agreement negotiations with China have been successfully finalized in a record-breaking 7 months, – relevant Memorandum between the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia and the Ministry of Commerce of the People’s Republic China was signed at the Administration of the Government today. The first Vice …

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Free Trade Regime with China: Economist Overviews

Georgia will export more than 95% of its goods and services to the world’s biggest market without additional taxes. Georgia and China have completed negotiations on free trade regime. More than 95% of Georgian goods and services will enter the Chinese market without additional taxes. Since China represents Georgia’s 4th …

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Free Trade Agreement with China is a Historical Event


Georgia has established free trade regime with China and this is a historical fact, economic expert Levan Kalandadze noted. “Free trade agreement with China  is a historical event without exaggeration, without exceptions, in  terms of not only economic aspects. This is the commencement of new opportunities, very serious and important …

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A Free Trade Agreement Between Georgia and EFTA was Signed

Exactly 2 years after signing the DCFTA with the EU, Georgia has concluded the Free Trade Agreement (the FTA) with European Free Trade Association (EFTA) that encompasses Switzerland, Lichtenstein, Norway and Iceland. The document was signed today in Bern within the frames of the Prime Minister’s visit to the Swiss …

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Georgia Holds First Round of Free Trade Talks With China

Officials from the Georgian Economy Ministry and Chinese Ministry of Commerce held first round of talks on free trade agreement between the two countries in Tbilisi on February 22-23. “We have agreed on a joint goal to complete free trade negotiations by the end of 2016,” Georgian chief negotiator and …

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Who will Benefit More from the China-Georgia Free Trade Agreement?

Tbilisi and Beijing have launched negotiations on establishing a free-trade regime between the two countries. Some experts have already expressed their view that China will benefit much more from the free trade agreement with Georgia. However Mariam Gabunia from the Ministry of Economy’s Foreign Trade and International Economic Relations Department …

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Georgia Negotiates with EFTA to Establish Free Trade Area

Georgia is taking another step forward cementing its relationship with the European Union (EU) and fulfilling its obligations regarding the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (DCFTA) to establish a free trade area with European Free Trade Association (EFTA) countries. To see Georgia’s DCFTA progress, representatives of EFTA member countries …

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Outcomes of Possible China-Georgia Free Trade – Research

China is the second largest trading partner of Georgia. In 2014, total trade turnover between Georgia and China amounted to 823.4 mln. USD, which is 7.2 % of total turnover. Georgia and China intend to intensify bilateral trade and economic relations through concluding Free Trade Agreement (FTA). PMCG conducted research …

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