With a population of approximately 38 million and gross domestic product (GDP) per capita of US$12,300 (2016), Poland is the largest economy in Central Europe and the sixth largest in the European Union. Central Europe and Poland in particular is often referred to as an economic bright spot in Europe.
GDP growth has been strong and is forecast to continue to grow at around three per cent over the next three years. Poland is ranked 20th worldwide in terms of GDP and classified as a high-income economy by the World Bank. The largest segment of the Polish economy is the services sector (62.3 per cent), followed by industry (34.2 per cent) and agriculture (3.5 per cent).
The Austrade office in Poland is also responsible for markets in Central and South East Europe including Ukraine, Greece, Croatia and Serbia.
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