South Korea, Georgia discuss economic cooperation

Seoul, South Korea and Georgia kicked off another round of talks for a comprehensive economic partnership on trade and supply chains.

The two countries began a three-day session to discuss the envisioned Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA).

The trade network covers a smaller scope of areas compared with a traditional free trade agreement, according to the South Korean News Agency (YONHAP).

South Korea has been seeking to develop ties with Georgia, which is considered a key trade hub bridging Asia and Europe, with significant growth potential in supply chain and logistics.

Source: Bahrain News Agency