Polish Exports Rise by 7.7%
Polish Exports Rise by 7.7%

Polish Exports Rise by 7.7%

Polish Exports Rise by 7.7%

Poland’s exports between January and August grew by 7.75 year-on-year, reaching PLN 562.5 billion ($156.04 billion), the country’s Central Statistical Office, or GUS, has said. Imports grew by 9.6% over the same period, and stood at PLN 558.7 billion, IAR reported. The trade surplus approached PLN 3.8 billion, down from PLN 12.5 billion a year earlier. Poland’s exports to the United States and EU countries outstripped imports from these markets, GUS said. A trade deficit was recorded in relation to Central and Eastern European states and developing countries, the agency added.


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