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Poland
  • Imports from Poland A$565 million
  • Exports to Poland A$130 million
  • Capital Warsaw
  • Official Language Polish
  • Area 313,000 sq km
  • Population 38.5 million

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Australian Aerospace Mission to Poland 2014
20 Oct 2014 - 22 Oct 2014
Warsaw & Rzeszow , Poland

Last updated: 15 Jan 2014

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National aerospace organisations in Australia and Poland strengthen collaborative ties
14 Jul 2014
Associations representing the national aerospace industries of Australia and Poland have laid the groundwork for stronger commercial ties by signing a Memorandum of Collaboration in Melbourne.

Doing Business

Polish business people will want a clear understanding of what is to be dealt with in any meeting. A company profile and product literature should be provided.

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Country Profile

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  • ECONOMIC CLIMATE
    Poland has pursued a policy of economic liberalisation since 1990 and was the only country in the European Union (EU) to avoid recession as a result of the 2008-09 global financial crisis.
    » read more at DFAT
  • POLITICAL CLIMATE
    Under the Polish Constitution, the legislative authority of the Republic is vested in the Parliament, composed of the Sejm (lower house of parliament, 460 members) and the Senate (upper house, 100 members).
    » read more at DFAT
  • TRADE RELATIONS
    Poland is a growing market for Australia's commercial interests. Direct merchandise exports to Poland in 2012 were around A$63 million, while imports from Poland were worth A$509 million.
    » read more at DFAT

 

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