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China, Poland holds strong ties in trade


06-20-2016 00:50 BJT

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China-Poland bilateral trade started in 1950. After years of development, the two countries now have close ties in trade.

Poland is the first country in Central and Eastern-Europe that reached U.S.$10 billion trade volume with China. Since 2005, it has been China’s biggest trade partner in the region, especially in agricultural trade.

According to China’s General Administration of Customs, bilateral trade between China and Poland totaled U.S.$17.1 billion in 2015, almost equivalent to 2014’s level.

According to Poland’s Central Statistical Office’s data, the country imported 11.6 percent goods from China, higher than 2014’s 10.4 percent. That made China Poland’s second largest import country in the world, just after Germany.

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