In the second quarter of 2017, the GDP growth rate in Georgia accounted for 4.7%.
According to the National Statistics Office of Georgia, the nominal GDP amounted to 9.066 billion laris, APA reports.
The volume of GDP is dominated by industry (16.7%) and trade (15.2%). During the reporting period, GDP per capita amounted to 2 438.3 laris.
The real GDP growth was recorded the most in construction (16.4%), hotel and restaurant business (12.9%), and in mining (7.4%). The GDP decline was observed in agriculture (-2.4%), electricity, gas and water supply (-0.9%).