Poland's trade surplus stays stable in November 2020
Poland's trade surplus stays stable in November 2020 at USD 2.16bn compared to USD 2.15bn in the previous month. The surplus has been steadily increasing on a monthly basis since July. The most recent data shows that both exports and imports growth accelerated. Exports increased by 17.8% y/y, while imports jumped by 11.3% y/y.
From the beginning of 2020 March and April were the only month, when Poland posted trade deficits.
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