Georgia-China Free Trade Agreement

 

The “Free Trade Agreement between the Government of the Georgia and the Government of People’s Republic of China” was signed in Beijing on 13 May 2017. The Agreement enter into force from 1 January 2018. 

It should be noted that Georgia is the first country in the region having signed a free trade agreement with China.

Free Trade Agreement allows the goods and services originating in Georgia to enter to the world’s biggest 1.4 billion consumer market. The Georgian entrepreneurs have an opportunity to export the 94% of commodities on Chinese market with zero import tariffs.

 

 

Georgia – People’s Republic of China’s Free Trade Agreement body text 

CHINA’S SCHEDULE OF SPECIFC COMMITMENTS ON SERVICES 

GEORGIA’S SCHEDULE OF SPECIFC COMMITMENTS ON SERVICES 

SCHEDULES IN RELATION TO ARTICLE 2.4 (ELIMINATION OF CUSTOMS DUTIES) 

Schedule of the People’s Republic of China 

Schedule of Georgia (Section A) 

Schedule of Georgia (Section B) 

Product Specific Rules of Origin (ANNEX II-A) 

Certificate of Origin (Annex II-B) 

Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia. 2017 ©