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China starts free trade with Georgia

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Georgia officially established a free trade regime with China, in accordance with an agreement signed in May last year.

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From now on, many Georgian goods will be exported to China and its market of 1.4 billion consumers, with zero tariffs, without additional customs fees and without any transition period, Sputnik-Georgia reported.

The final Free Trade Agreement between Georgia and China was signed in May, making Georgia the first country in the region to have such an agreement with China.


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