This is stated in the research of the company Polish company Akcent, the Puls Biznesu business media outlet reports.
According to the data of the main statistical office of Poland, for 11 months of 2017, the Polish exports to the US grew by 28%, to Ukraine – by 26.5%, Russia – by 19.7%. Among other destinations, the Polish exports to Austria (16%), Italy (14.3%) and Romania (14.7%) increased significantly last year.
As Radoslav Jarema, the head of the Polish department of the Akcent international company stated, Romania and Ukraine are considered to be the most attractive countries for the Polish exports in the near future.
The growth of Polish exports to Ukraine can be facilitated by the free trade area agreement between Ukraine and the EU, which opened new opportunities for exporters, as well as Ukrainians, who work in Poland and can help develop contacts in Ukraine.