The Georgian GDP increased by 6.1% in July, show the latest data from the National Statistics Office of Georgia (Geostat).
Geostat reported that GDP grew by 5.1% overall in January-July.
In July the estimated real growth compared to the same period of the previous year was posted in the following activities: construction, manufacturing, trade, real estate, renting and business activities. A decrease was registered in mining and quarrying and in electricity, gas and water supply.
Exports grew by 12.4% in January-July, reaching $2,102,200,000.
Meanwhile imports have dropped to $4,963,100,000 (-4.7%), said Geostat.
4,152 new enterprises were registered in July, up by 0.5%. (Agenda/Business World Magazine)