Located between Europe and Asia on a historical “Silk Road," Georgia offers amazing cluster of cultures, religions, fascinating landscapes and ancient history.
Georgia’s liberal trade regimes provide investors with a favorable opportunity to not only access the country’s 3.7 m residents, but the wider region’s markets, as a direct result of the absence of customs and import tariffs. To date, Georgia has signed FTAs with CIS countries and People’s Republic of China, The Association Agreement (“AA”) with EU, including Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (“DCFTA”). FTA with EFTA countries, giving Georgian products duty free access to markets of Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland. General Schemes of Preference for Georgia with the US, Canada, and Japan have also been applied for, with the result being lower tariffs on 3,400 goods exported from Georgia. Additionally, Georgia is a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO) since 2000.