U.S. Exports to Georgia, Imports from Georgia, 2007

By August 15, 2008Trade

Following up on that post about Russia, from TradeStatsExpress

EXPORTS TO GEORGIA

 

Product

Value ($)

Percent

 

87–VEHICLES, EXCEPT RAILWAY OR TRAMWAY, AND PARTS ETC

115,248,146

31.6 %

 

97–WORKS OF ART, COLLECTORS’ PIECES AND ANTIQUES

78,272,548

21.5 %

 

84–NUCLEAR REACTORS, BOILERS, MACHINERY ETC.; PARTS

44,856,790

12.3 %

 

85–ELECTRIC MACHINERY ETC; SOUND EQUIP; TV EQUIP; PTS

29,787,708

8.2 %

 

All Others

96,085,157

26.4 %

 

 Grand Total

364,250,349

100 %

 

 
IMPORTS FROM GEORGIA

 

Product

Value ($)

Percent

 

72–IRON AND STEEL

70,406,835

37.3 %

 

27–MINERAL FUEL, OIL ETC.; BITUMIN SUBST; MINERAL WAX

58,216,311

30.8 %

 

31–FERTILIZERS

32,351,538

17.1 %

 

28–INORG CHEM; PREC & RARE-EARTH MET & RADIOACT COMPD

9,506,408

5 %

 

All Others

18,260,245

9.7 %

 

 Grand Total

188,741,337

100 %

 And from a June 2007 news release from the U.S. Trade Representative, “United States and Georgia Sign Trade and Investment Framework Agreement,” quoting  Deputy U.S. Trade Representative John Veroneau:

“Increased trade and investment between our two countries will strengthen Georgia’s efforts to reform and develop its economy and assist in its efforts to expand export markets,” said Ambassador Veroneau. “Under President Saakashvili, Georgia has worked hard to strengthen its economic and trade ties with the United States. We expect this TIFA to provide a forum for concrete progress in this important work to the mutual benefit of both countries.” 

 

 

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