This was reported by the press service of the Economic Development Ministry on Facebook.
"Today, the 10th European Economic Congress opens in Poland, where a team of the Economic Development Ministry headed by Stepan Kubiv takes part. The purpose of the event is to coordinate the development of the European economy and to expand trade with strategic partners, such as Ukraine. Our delegation will tell numerous participants of the congress about new prospects for trade with Ukraine and favorable opportunities for investments," the report reads.
Kubiv will meet with high-ranking officials of Poland, which has long been Ukraine's largest trading partner among the countries of Central and Eastern Europe and the fourth most important trading partner in the world.
Thus, in 2017 the volume of bilateral trade in goods between Ukraine and Poland amounted to $6.2 billion and increased by 26.2% compared to 2016. This year the figures continue to grow. So, for two months of 2018 the trade turnover between Ukraine and Poland reached $1.6 billion that is increased by more than 28% or by $236.0 million compared to the same period in 2017.
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