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The concept of Poland’s accession to the European Union arose shortly after the collapse of the socialist system in 1989. Before that time, the association relations were established, based on a document known as the Europe Agreement, signed in December 1991. Its commercial part entered into force on 1 March 1992. The document as a whole was then subject to a ratification procedure and entered into force on 1 February 1994. The most important provisions of the Europe Agreement concerned the gradual liberalization of foreign trade.
A high proportion of the foreign capital invested in Poland has been injected as part of the Polish privatization programme, which has led the way in Central Europe. Indeed, the list of foreign investors participating in Poland’s privatization programme makes similar reading to the list of foreign investors more generally, which is produced by the State Foreign Investment Agency. Nevertheless, state and local authorities between them continue to own considerable stakes in a range of key sectors: power, water and water treatment, defence manufacturing, coal and steel, oil and gas, telecommunications and banking.
The same cannot be said about Poland’s trade with Russia. 6 billion after the first 10 months of 2001. At the same time, the position of Poland’s trade with the Ukraine was far better, with Polish exports increasing by over US$100 million, while imports decreased by US$50 million. Poland’s exports to Lithuania also increased (by US$150 million), while the growth of imports from Lithuania was 10 times lower. 26 Doing Business with Poland The balance in trade with CEFTA (Central European Free Trade Association) countries improved significantly however.