Poland is now a member of the EU and in May 2004, they were conducting trade using the Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA) and this included Slovakia, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovenia. Poland is the twenty-sixth largest export economy in the world and the twenty-first most complex economy according to the Economic Complexity Index (ECI). On average, Poland exports a yearly amount of $190B and imports around $200B, which results in a negative trade balance of around $10B. GDP of Poland was around $520B and its GDP per capita was around $23k. The main trading partner is its neighbour, Germany.
The top imports are crude petroleum (around $17B), vehicle parts (around $6B), cars (around $5B), packaged medicaments (around $4.5B) and computers (around $4B). The countries that Poland borders are the countries of Germany, Belarus, Czech Republic, Lithuania, Slovakia Russia, and Ukraine by land and Denmark and Sweden by sea.