Poland: A big emerging market

October 1994
Business America;Oct94, Vol. 115 Issue 10, p28
Trade Publication
Focuses on Poland as an emerging market in international trade. Steady growth of gross domestic product (GDP); Expansion of the labor force in the private sector; Increase in imports in 1993; Creation of a stable economy for American companies in Poland through bilateral agreements and continued market reform. INSETS: Why Poland?.;`Bring plenty of business cards' (business custom)..


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