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Money transfers from RF to Georgia are growing2011-02-16 15:47
According to National Bank of Georgia, the level of money transfers from Russia to Georgia has grown by almost five and a half million dollars in January, Rosbalt reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Besides Russia, the level of transfers to Sakartvelo from Italy grew as well by 1,3 million dollars. In the aggregate, within a month, 65,7 million dollars was received on Georgian accounts via electronic bank transfer system, which is by 17 percent more than in January 2010.
Besides, 92 percent of all the transfers fall on ten countries: Russia, USA, Ukraine, Greece, Italy, Turkey, Spain, Kazakhstan, Germany and Israel. Retransfers from Georgia to other world countries amounted to 5,9 million dollars in January.
Let us remind you that a year ago, money transfers from other countries to Georgia also increased, making 95,8 mln dollars, which is by 23,5 mln dollars higher than in November 2009.
Notably, transfers from Russia amounted to 51,5 mln dollars, which is by 12,9 mln dollars greater than the figures of November 2009, while transfers from Ukraine grew by 3,3 mln dollars (9,1 mln dollars) and those from the USA - by 1,3 mln dollars (6,8 mln dollars).
8 mln dollars was transferred from Georgia to foreign countries in December 2009, which is by 1,9 mln dollars greater than November 2009 figures. 3,9 mln dollars was transferred to Russia, which is by 1,3 mln dollars greater compared to November.