Agricultural land in one of the most prestigious spots in Georgia!
The property is situated in Lanchkhuti, 293 kms far from the capital city Tbilisi. This land is best suitable hazelnuts. In 2017 the harvest of corn amounted to 60 tonnes from this land. This land has a canal which can be used for irrigation. It is 100m from the land.
Georgia’s external trade grew by 17% in 2018, reaching $12.48 billion, says the National Statistics Office of Georgia (Geostat).
Last year the value of Georgian exports increased by 22.9% to $3.36 billion, while the value of imports also increased 14.9% to $9.12 billion with respect to 2017, said Geostat.
Last year Georgia’s trade deficit came out to $5.76 billion, which was a 46.1% share of the country's total trade turnover.
Trade deficit is an economic measure of the negative balance of trade in which a country's imports exceed its exports.
The infographic published below shows the data of Georgia's external trade from 2013- 2018. Click on the image to take a bigger view:
The number of passengers who took regular or charter flights in Georgia’s three international airports increased by 23% in 2018 compared to 2017, while the number of performed flights increased by 17%.
Last year Georgian airports of Tbilisi Shota Rustaveli International Airport, Batumi International Airport and Kutaisi David Aghmashenebeli International Airport served in total 5,033,323 passengers.
Three airline companies – Turkish Airlines, Georgian Airways and Wizz Air – take an equal share on Georgian market:
Last year new Georgian airline company Myway Airlines launched operations and during the year served 45,069 passengers.
Another new local airline company AK Air Georgia served 20,822 in 2018. This airline company mainly launches domestic flights.
The National Geographic Travel has shared on its official Facebook page some of the best destinations from 2018, including Georgia’s capital of Tbilisi.
The short video published on the National Geographic Travel’s Facebook page shows beautiful parts of Tbilisi and briefly describes the most interesting facts of the city.
“Riotous and anarchic the capital of Georgia is anything but orderly. Despite this—or because of it—it's one of the best, most strikingly original cities in the world. It represents the epitome of east meets west: a Silk Road crossroads where Arab, Ottoman, Mongol, and Russian imperial forces each left their own distinctive cultural mark.
“Tbilisi was once a labyrinth of crumbling art nouveau palaces and decaying, overgrowing balconies. In the aftermath of the country's brief, devastating 2008 war with Russia, waves of foreign investment have transformed Georgia into a model of frenetic development. Tbilisi's anarchically bohemian spirit still suffuses its historic district where traditional Georgian experiences, like the 24-hour sulphur baths, should not be missed.
“Before you depart, indulge in Georgian dishes like Khinkali (hat-shaped dumplings stuffed with cheese, mushrooms, or a spicy pork-and-beef mixture) and Churchkhela, a snack of nuts rolled in thickened grape juice. Experience Tbilisi's authentic charms before sprawling developments forever change its bustling metropolis”, read the video subtitles.