Poland exported nearly €155 billion worth of goods in 2013, 8 percent more than in 2012, statistics office GUS reported. Polish exports to the EU constituted 76.3 percent of the total volume, 1.3 percentage point less than in 2012.
Exports to the CEE countries remained unchanged at 9.4 percent, while exports to developing countries increased from 8.1 percent in 2012 to 8.7 percent in 2013.
Meanwhile, Poland’s imports stood at €157 billion in 2013 and grew by 1.9 percent throughout 2013. Imports of goods from CEE fell by 2.3 pp. to 13.6 percent, imports from developed countries grew from 64.6 percent to 66 percent (from 57.6 to 58.5 percent from the EU) and from developing countries increased by 0.9 pp. to 20.4 percent.