Poland's exports rise by 4.3 pct y/y in November - business chamber

Poland's exports increased by 4.3 percent year on year and fell 3.2 percent month on month in November 2018, Piotr Soroczyński, the chief economist with the Polish Chamber of Commerce (KIG), said on Tuesday.

"The currently available data on the condition of the real economy and the opinions from KIG members allow us to estimate that exports amounted to EUR 19.5 billion in November 2018 and went down by 3.2 percent from October and grew 4.3 percent from the value recorded 12 months earlier," Soroczyński explained.

The expert predicts Poland's exports will grow to EUR 213.8 billion in 2018 from EUR 201.9 billion in 2017, or by 5.9 percent. He estimates the figure will increase by 7.1 percent to EUR 229.0 billion in 2019.