Describes trade agreements this country is a party to. Includes resources where U.S. companies can get information on how to take advantage of these agreements.
As a member of the WTO, Georgia has Most Favored Nation trading relationships with all WTO member countries. Georgia benefits from Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) reductions in tariffs on a wide range of products with Switzerland, Norway, Canada, and Japan. The United States and Georgia work to increase bilateral trade and investment through a High-Level Dialogue on Trade and Investment and through the U.S.-Georgia Strategic Partnership Commission’s Economic, Energy, and Trade Working Group. Both countries signed a Bilateral Investment Treaty in 1994, which stipulates Georgia is eligible to export many products duty-free to the United States under the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) program.
The EU grants Georgia GSP+ treatment, with duty free treatment for more than 7,000 products. Georgia has free trade regimes with countries of Commonwealth of Independent States and Turkey. In June 2014, Georgia signed an Association Agreement and a Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area with the EU. Georgia signed a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with China in 2017, and in 2018, it signed an FTA with Hong Kong.