EMIS Insights, our proprietary research arm, provides comprehensive industry reports for Poland. Our network of locally based industry experts supplies analysis exclusive to EMIS customers.
Each report contains in-depth analysis of the sector’s importance for the Poland’s economy, detailed statistics and infographics. The report’s contents include executive summary, sector and subsector overviews, competitive and regulatory environment, as well as thorough company profiles of the top market players.
The coal mining sector accounted for around 1% of both Poland's GDP and the total employment in the country in 2017. The sector's importance for the Polish economy - tremendous during the communist regime and in the first years after the start of ...View more details
The combined production value of the Polish chemical sector, which for the purposes of this report shall consist of the chemicals, and the rubber and plastics subsectors, stood at PLN 158.5bn in 2017, up 11.95% y/y. The share of the sector’s ...View more details
The consumer electronics and household appliance manufacturing subsectors play a key role in Poland’s economy. Their combined GVA in 2017 was equal to 1.1% of GDP and 6.2% of manufacturing GVA. Between them, the two subsectors employed 165,083 ...View more details
Proximity to Western European markets, low-cost skilled labour and favourable investment environment have turned Emerging Europe into a preferred location for major automotive producers and helped the region claim an increasing share of the global ...View more details
The strategic location of Poland at the heart of Europe creates vast opportunities for development of the transportation sector. In 2017 the sector accounted for 6% of the country’s GDP, generating 6.5% of all employment in Poland. Moreover, ...View more details
In 2017, the Polish telecommunications sector was responsible for 2% of the country's GDP (vs. 2.1% in 2016), while the entire ICT sector accounted for 4.9% of GDP (vs. 5% in 2016) and employed around 212,900 people. The Polish telecom market is a ...View more details
The importance of the food manufacturing industry has always been crucial for the Polish economy's history and this has not changed nowadays: in 2016, the food sector's GVA was 2.7% of Poland’s total GVA and 2.39% of the country’s GDP, ...View more details
The beverages sector was responsible for around 3.3% of the GDP in 2017 and generated more than 300,000 direct and indirect jobs. Enterprises from the sector that employ more than nine persons each have a combined workforce of 22,000 people. Poland ...View more details
The importance of the retail sector for the Polish economy is tremendous. The sector employs around 18% of the country's workforce and in 2017 the value of retail sales was equal to over 40% of Poland's GDP. The sector is becoming more and more ...View more details
Due to the focus on traditional banking products and the austere financial supervision, the Polish banking system has weathered down the crises of the last two decades very well and remains well capitalised and non-volatile. Still, Poland is viewed ...View more details