Armenian Eggs No Longer in Demand in Georgia

ARMENIA - The large-scale export of eggs from Armenia to Georgia is unlikely to be restored, said Chairperson Zurab Uchumbegashvili of the Association of Georgian Poultry Enterprises.
calendar icon 19 June 2013
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Considering the fact that Georgia has completely passed to the industrial production of eggs, such trends will hardly occur, he told

A large-scale export of eggs was conducted from Armenia to Georgia up until 2010. Subsequently, however, this export had a situational nature.

“[But] now, the cost price of the eggs is virtually the same in Armenia and in Georgia, [and] therefore one another’s markets do not interest the poultry farms of our country,” Mr Uchumbegashvili stated.

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