International Trade in Poland

International Trade in Poland

As a member of the European Union since 2004, Poland 's economic situation was strengthened with its integration into the community.  The growth of the GDP, which was solid between 2006 and 2008, was affected by the international economic crisis, but Poland was the only European country... Read more

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  • High Beam Global

    High Beam Global

    Market Research, Poland

    HBG is a full service Market Research agency providing research and support services to companies ranging from boutique research...
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    Paszowski & Partners Law Firm

    Corporate Law, Poland

    “Paszowski & Wspolnicy Kancelaria Prawna Spolka Komandytowa” is law firm located in one of the major cities in Poland,...

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  • MARKETiN CEE s.r.o.

    MARKETiN CEE s.r.o.

    Business Intelligence, Poland

    MARKETiN CEE is a strategy and marketing consultancy providing market research, business intelligence and local support for business...
  • XL Group, Inc.

    XL Group, Inc.

    Sales Agents, Poland

    XL Group buys products from small & medium manufacturers and resells them overseas by partnering with importer / wholesalers and...

Overview About International Trade in Poland

Main Industry Sectors

In Poland, agriculture employs less than 20% of the active population and contributes to about 5% of the GDP. The country is generally self-sufficient as far as food is concerned. The main crops are rye, potatoes, beetroot, wheat and dairy products. The country also breeds pigs and sheep as livestock farming. Poland is relatively rich in natural resources and the main minerals produced are coal, sulfur, copper, lead and zinc. 

The manufacturing industry is the economy driver, contributing to about 30% of the GDP, whereas the tertiary sector represents about 65% of the GDP. The country's main industrial sectors are machine manufacturing, telecommunications, environment, transport, construction, industrial food processing and information technologies. The automobile industry has resisted well the effects of the economic crisis because this sector was placed at the niche at the right time when there was a high demand for small economic vehicles, which was exactly what Poland was producing.

 

Economic Overview

As a member of the European Union since 2004, Poland 's economic situation was strengthened with its integration into the community.  The growth of the GDP, whi...

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