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  • Polish-French trade 28.08.2014 Poland's trade with France 2009- H1 2014 (in EUR mln)
    France is the fourth biggest importer of Polish goods and #6 on the list of suppliers to Poland. Trade exchange between the two countries has been evolving to the benefit of Poland: in 2004, Poland recorded a deficit in trade with France, but things have reversed since, as in 2013 Poland achieved a surplus of EUR 2.7 bln. The exports reached EUR 8.55 bln on a 1.8% y/y increase, while the imports hit EUR 5.87 bln as they fell by 2.3% y/y.
  • Top nine Polish export hits – part 2 26.08.2014 Poland's foreign trade turnover 2009 - 2014 (in EUR mln)
    Poland achieved a foreign trade surplus for the first time in history in January-May this year, according to the data of stats office GUS. Foreign trade balance in the period showed a token surplus of EUR 65 mln. The following is a list of Poland's 9 greatest export ”hits” - products whose foreign sales contributed to this historic change in the Polish economy.
  • Top nine Polish export hits – part 1 20.08.2014 The percentage share of selected products in Poland's exports in 2013
    Poland achieved a foreign trade surplus for the first time in history in January-May this year, according to the data of stats office GUS. Foreign trade balance in the period showed a token surplus of EUR 65 mln. The following is a list of Poland's 9 greatest export ”hits” - products whose foreign sales contributed to this historic change in the Polish economy.
  • State of the Polish tea market 18.08.2014 Value of Poland's tea exports and imports (in PLN mln) with exports growth rate 2009 -2013 (in %)
    Poland has long been considered a country of tea-drinkers. It ranks #4 in Europe in tea consumption, according to a January ranking of Euromonitor researcher and the World Bank. With consumption of 1 kg per person annually, Poland is surpassed only by Ireland (2.18 kg), the United Kingdom (1.93 kg) and Russia (1.38 kg). Worldwide, Poland ranks #9, ahead of such countries like China, Japan as well as Saudi Arabia, where tea is considered a national drink.

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