Geostat: Economy Grew by 5.2% in September

Georgia’s economy grew by 5.2% in September, the preliminary data of Geostat, the Office of National Statistics, says. 

Geostat CEO Gogita Todradze said at a briefing that GDP growth was 5.2% in September compared to the same period last year, and average real growth was 5% in the first nine months.

He also added that in September there was a decreasing trend in the industry, utilities, social and personal services sectors. In addition, growth was recorded in construction, transport, trade, manufacturing, hotels and restaurants.

The National Statistics Office is an agency in charge of national statistics and responsible for carrying out population, agricultural and other censuses in Georgia. Its head office is located in Tbilisi. 

By Ana Dumbadze 

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31 October 2019 11:40