Georgia, Hong Kong sign free trade deal

Tbilisi - Hong Kong and Georgia have signed a free trade agreement (FTA) which will provide legal certainty and boost market access and investment flow between the two countries. Georgia will eliminate import tariffs on 96.6% of its tariff lines for Hong Kong products

Tbilisi - Hong Kong and Georgia have signed a free trade agreement (FTA) which will provide legal certainty and boost market access and investment flow between the two countries, Agenda reports.

Georgia will eliminate import tariffs on 96.6% of its tariff lines for Hong Kong products and will give Hong Kong investors special treatment and other safeguards that are the same as those enjoyed by its local investors.

Georgian Deputy Economic Minister Genadi Arveladze and the Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development of Hong Kong, Edward Yau signed the free trade agreement in Hong Kong.

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