The Export Credit Insurance Corporation (KUKE), a Polish provider of business insurance, estimates that exports from Poland could rise by as much as 10.4 percent year-on-year in 2012, to some zł.629 billion, reported Rzeczpospolita.
In 2011, total assessed exports from Poland came to zł.569.5 billion, a 14.1 percent increase on 2010.
KUKE says that increased demand for Polish goods and improvements in their quality are behind its optimism for the year ahead.
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