PISM Report: Rosja nie do zastąpienia? Alternatywne rynki dla polskiego eksportu
11 JUN 2015 Report
Among non-EU states, Russia is Poland’s most important trade partner. However, following Russian involvement the Ukrainian conflict, since the beginning of 2014, a growing number of obstacles have prevented access to the Russian market for exporters from Poland and other EU countries. For Polish companies, lack of a Russian export market can cause serious financial losses, threatening their stability. But in crisis, comes opportunity. Stalled economic relations with Russia should be an incentive for Polish firms do diversify their export destinations. One particularly appealing alternative for Polish goods is the rapidly developing market of non-EU statesnon-European countries such as non-European countries.
Among non-EU states, Russia is Poland’s most important trade partner. However, following Russian involvement the Ukrainian conflict, since the beginning of 2014, a growing number of obstacles have prevented access to the Russian market for exporters from Poland and other EU countries. For Polish companies, lack of a Russian export market can cause serious financial losses, threatening their stability. But in crisis, comes opportunity. Stalled economic relations with Russia should be an incentive for Polish firms do diversify their export destinations. One particularly appealing alternative for Polish goods is the rapidly developing market of non-European countries. The report was edited by Artur Gradziuk and Damian Wnukowski.

The report is available only in Polish.