Research from payments institution Akcenta shows that 76.7 percent of export and import firms expect profits in 2014. An increase in orders is predicted by 56.1 percent of exporters and 44.9 percent of importers. The owners of the largest firms (with annual revenue of over PLN 50 million) are among the most optimistic – 80 percent expect an increase in profit.
About 37.5 percent of the medium-size firms (with annual revenue between PLN 10-50 million) and 39.2 percent of the smaller firms (annual revenue of less than PLN 10 million) expect rises in profit. Moreover, the data shows that the investments will increase in 40 percent of the export companies and 27.5 percent of the import firms.
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