The China-Georgia Free Trade Agreement will take effect on January 1, 2018, according to a post on the website of China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) on Tuesday [28 November 2017]. Signed in May this year, the agreement has completed the examination procedures in both countries, enabling it to come into effect at the beginning of
Hangzhou Wanhu Tea Co Ltd, which sells the famous Chinese black tea, has expanded its business quickly in Georgia. The erstwhile Soviet republic and now an independent country offers exceptional conditions for growing tea. Bordering West Asia and East Europe, Georgia has warm and humid climate, balanced ecology and ample annual precipitation…Full Article: China Daily
China and Georgia inked free trade agreement on Saturday [13 May 2017] to expand bilateral trade. The two countries agreed to expand cooperation in goods trade, service trade, trade remedy and other fields, according to the agreement, which will take effect at the end of 2017 or early 2018…Full Article: ECNS.cn May 2017 Key Point
China and Georgia on Wednesday [5 October 2016] substantially concluded their Free Trade Agreement (FTA) negotiations, with a landmark memorandum of understanding signed in Tbilisi. The memo was signed by visiting Chinese Commerce Minster Gao Hucheng, Georgian Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development Dimitry Kumsishvili…Full Article: Xinhua Oct 2016 Key Point
Chinese companies together with the Partnership Fund and the Ministry of Agriculture of Georgia are to revive the tea industry in the country. The project includes the restoration of tea plantations, the creation of new tea processing points, the development of the tea industry and the creation of conditions for active development of eco-tourism in
China and Georgia have launched negotiations for a free trade agreement (FTA), China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said on Thursday [10 December 2015]. A memorandum of understanding was signed by the MOC and Georgia’s economic department to begin the talks, the ministry said in a brief statement…Full Article: ECNS.cn Dec 2015 Key Point As of
A joint project between Georgia and China is being executed in Georgia’s farming Marneuli district to build greenhouses to stimulate vegetable production. Several greenhouses are being built over five hectares in Marneuli within the Georgia-China Technical Cooperation Project, worth 20 million Chinese Yuan (7.5 million GEL) and financed by the Chinese government…Full Article: Agenda.ge Nov
Georgia and China stand at the beginning of a new stage of relations where agriculture is the focus. Thanks to Chinese support, more than 30 greenhouses will be built in Marneuli – a town in the Kvemo Kartli region of southern Georgia. In addition, China will provide Georgia with irrigation/reclamation machinery worth $9 million USD.