Poland had the highest foreign trade surplus in its in history during 11 months of 2019, with a surplus of €3.2 billion, according to a report from the National Bank of Poland (NBP).
Just in November 2019, the surplus in foreign trade with goods reached close to €830 million and with services, a staggering €2.3 billion. Including the negative balance of primary and secondary incomes, the total result of the current account was €1.45 billion.
Over the course of 11 months in 2019, Poland reached €3.2 billion in the current account balances.
This overall surplus was composed of a surplus in trade of goods of over €70 million after €228 billion in exports and over €227 billion in imports, a very high surplus in services amounting to close to €24 billion after €64 billion in exports and €40 billion in imports, and a negative balance of primary incomes €19.5 billion and secondary incomes of €2.1 billion.