Trade deficit for Poland in first five months of 2018: stats office
PR dla Zagranicy
Poland had a foreign trade deficit of PLN 1.5 billion in the first five months of this year, the country’s Central Statistical Office (GUS) said on Thursday.
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In the same period last year, Poland's foreign trade showed a surplus of PLN 4.6 billion, the statistics office noted.
Poland’s exports from the beginning of this year to the end of May totalled PLN 372.2 billion, while imports were worth PLN 373.7 billion, according to the office.
Poland notched up a trade surplus of EUR 400 million last year, the Central Statistical Office reported in February.
Poland's exports in 2017 as a whole were 10.2 percent higher than a year earlier in euro terms, while imports were 12.3 percent up on 2016, the statistics office said at the time.