What is Poland's main export

Import and export structure
Export goods
 According to product groups (2003):
Machines and electrical devices 22.7%; Transportation equipment 15.7%; Metals and metallic products 11.3%; Chemical and plastic products 10.5%; Live animals, food and beverages, 8.4%; Leather and textile products 7.6%; Wood, cellulose and paper 7.1%; Mineral products 4.6%; Others 12.1%

Export partner
 2003:
- Germany 32.3%
- France 6.1%
- Italy 5.7%
- Great Britain 5.0%
- Netherlands 4.5%
- Czech Republic 4.1%
- Sweden 3.6%
- Belgium 3.2%
- Other 35.5%
Import goods
 According to product groups (2003):
Machines and electrical devices 25.1%; Chemical and plastic products 18.2%; Transportation equipment 13.2%; Mineral products 10.0%; Metals and metallic products 9.6%, leather and textile products 7.8%, live animals, food and luxury goods 5.9%; Wood, cellulose and paper 4.5%; Others 5.7%

Import partner
 2003:
- Germany 24.4%
- Italy 8.5%
- Russia 7.7%
- France 7.1%
- China 4.3%
- Great Britain 3.7%
- Czech Republic 3.4%
- Netherlands 3.4%
- Belgium 2.6%
- Other 34.9%
reference
 All percentages on this page from:
Current economic data Eastern Europe, November 2004 from the bfai - Federal Agency for Foreign Trade
Exports
 US $ 61,007 million (2003)
US $ 75,000 million (2004 Sch.)
Imports
 US $ 66,732 million (2003)
80,000 million US $ (2004 Sch.)
Trade balance balance
 - US $ 5,725 million (2003)
- US $ 5,000 million (2004 Sch.)
reference
 All figures on this page from:
Central and Eastern European Perspectives, Yearbook 2004/2005, ISBN 3-934191-26-6, published by the FAZ Institute