Georgia and China have signed a free trade agreement

13.05. 2017, Tbilisi - Georgia and the People’s Republic of China signed a free trade agreement on 13 May 2017. The agreement was signed by the Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia and the Minister of Commerce of China.
 
The free trade agreement will contribute to the further development of trade relations, based on the principles of mutual benefit, and will bring co-operation between Georgia and China to a higher level.
 
Within the framework of the agreement, 94% of Georgian goods imported to China will be exempted from taxes. Besides, the agreement will open up the world’s largest market of 1,4 bln consumers for Georgia-made goods and services.
 
Georgia has free trade agreements signed with the EU, Turkey, the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), and the European Free Trade Association.