Gov. Kemp joined the GDEcD in announcing that the State of Georgia achieved a record-breaking year for international trade for a second year in a row

Macon, GA – According to the state officials, last year Georgia’s total trade exceeded $196 billion across 221 countries and territories.

As reported by GDEcD’s International Trade team, the state surpassed $47 billion in exports last year, breaking the previous record by nearly $5 billion and recording an 11 percent increase compared to 2021.

State officials also said that our state currently ranks seventh in the U.S. for dollar value of trade.

In 2022, among Georgia’s top 10 markets, trade with Vietnam, India, and Korea experienced the most growth.

The state’s top five trading partners were Korea, Mexico, Canada, Germany and China.

More than $148 billion in imports passed through Georgia last year, growing 20 percent from 2021.

With Georgia companies exporting to 216 unique destinations, the state ranks 11th in the U.S. for dollar value of exports, up one spot from 2021.

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