Georgia’s foreign trade turnover with the CIS countries made up USD 119.9m in January 2010, up 9.4 percent compared to January 2009.
The exports ratio in Georgia’s trade turnover with the CIS countries in the reporting period made up USD 36.3m, up 81.6 percent as opposed to January 2009, and the imports ratio equaled USD 83.5m, up 6.7 percent compared to 2009.
The ratio of the CIS countries in Georgia’s total foreign trade turnover makes up 31.1 percent, including exports of 34.1 percent and imports of 30 percent. The trade deficit equals 27.5 percent.
Georgia's total foreign trade turnover in January 2010 rose 4.5 percent compared to January 2009 and made up USD 384.9m. The ratio of exports in Georgia's total foreign trade turnover made up USD 106.6m, up 72 percent compared to January 2009 (USD 61.998m). In the reporting period, the imports value made up USD 278.3m, down 9.2 percent compared to January 2009 (USD 306.416m).
Georgia' negative trade balance in January 2010 made up USD 171.7m.