Poland’s Foreign Commodities Trade Trends: 2022 Deficit Surpasses Estimates 

The deficit soared to nearly EUR 20 billion instead of projected 19.8 EUR 20 billion.


In 2022, Poland experienced a commodities trade deficit near EUR 20 billion, marginally surpassing the preliminary estimate of EUR 19.8 billion, as per the conclusive data issued by the Statistics Poland (GUS) agency. During the course of the year, the total worth of Poland’s exports and imports stood at EUR 346.2 billion and EUR 366.2 billion, in that order. When compared to the previous year, 2021, there was a 23% increase in exports and a 29.4% surge in imports. Germany, the Czech Republic, and France proved to be the primary destinations for Poland’s exports, whereas Germany, China, and Italy were the principal sources of its imports. 

Source: polskieradio.pl

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