Report Highlights: Exports of U.S. food and agricultural products to Poland continue to be significantly undervalued. This undervaluation is evident through comparison of direct and indirect trade data, which show that in 2015, U.S. $146 million worth of U.S. food and agricultural products entered Poland indirectly through other European points of entry. The data reveals for U.S. firms that market growth opportunities may lay in more earnest attention in Poland and other new member states as Western European markets mature. U.S. food and agricultural exporters and investors, equally, must factor in indirect trade to Poland to properly evaluate its true market potential.
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