Poland accounts for 3.9% of Belarus’ commodity imports

07.12.2018 09:15 / Belarus / Poland

MINSK - Poland currently accounts for 3.9% of Belarus’ commodity imports, while Belarus accounts for just 0.5% of Poland’s commodity imports.

Deputy Chairman of Belarus’ Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) Sergey Nabeshko released these figures at the 10th Polish Investors Forum in Minsk on Dec 5.

Poland holds the fourth position in the structure of Belarus’ commodity imports, while Belarus holds the 32nd position in the structure of Poland’s commodity imports, Nabeshko informed.

Belarus imported $1.336 billion of commodities from Poland in 2017, while commodity exports from Belarus to Poland totalled $1.082 billion. Supplies from Poland account for 3.9% of Belarus’ commodity imports (to compare, the share of Russia stands at 57.2%, China – 8%, Ukraine – 3.8%, Germany – 5%). At the same time, Belarusian-made products account for 0.5% of Poland’s commodity imports (Germany – 23%, China – 12%, Italy – 5%).

Source: PrimePress
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