Japan and Georgia are expected to conclude an investment agreement this year, paving the way for negotiations on a wider free trade agreement.
Albania, European Union, Georgia, Italy, Slovenia, Spain
The government of China’s Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) expects more Belt and Road opportunities with the Georgia with help of the FTA.
The Georgian government hopes that the US will start intensive talks regarding the free trade initiative soon.
Georgia is ready to start negotiations with Japan on a free trade agreement. Foreign Ministers discussed the ongoing negotiations of bilateral investment agreement.
US Congressmen are urging US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer to start negotiations with Georgia on a free trade regime.
The FTA is comprehensive in scope, encompassing trade in goods, trade in services, investment, dispute settlement mechanism and other related areas.
So far Georgia has free trade deals with China, Turkey, European Union (EU), European Free Trade Association (EFTA) countries and with the Commonwealth of Independent States.
The Georgian Economy Minister Dimitry Kumsishvili announced that technical consultations on the free trade agreement with Britain will start by the end of 2018.
Georgia’s Vice-Premier and Economy Minister Dimitry Kumsishvili and the Minister of Economy and Industry of Israel Eli Cohen signed the declaration on launching the feasibility study on free trade agreement negotiations between Georgia and Israel.
Georgia is seeking to establish a free trade agreement with the countries of the Gulf to access their markets and facilitate increased bilateral business and trade.
Georgia and EFTA states - Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland – signed the free trade agreement in June 2016.
Georgian producers will soon be able to increase export volume to Turkey by 20 percent as Georgia and Turkey have agreed to widen an existing free trade agreement
The new Georgia-Swiss trade relations will come into effect on May 1st 2018.
With its New Silk Road mega-project, China is building on old traditions. But hard-core geostrategic interests, not nostalgia, are guiding Beijing’s investments. Miodrag Soric reports from Tbilisi, Georgia.
The deal is the first FTA that China has signed with a country along the Silk Road Economic Belt.
China and Georgia have signed an agreement on the creation of free trade zones in Georgia that would facilitate Georgia’s role in China’s Belt and Road initiative.
The Free Trade Agreement between China and Georgia will officially take effect on 1 January 2018, which means Georgian wines destined to China will soon enjoy zero tariff, China’s Ministry of Commerce has announced.
The new document establishes a set of jointly agreed priorities towards further implementation of the Association Agreement, including the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area.