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Bilateral chamber of commerce in Israel:

Chairman: Mr. Henrik Lewinski
General Manager:Ms. Mira Richman
Address: 84, HaHeshmonaim St., P.O.B. 20410 Tel-Aviv 61200
Tel.: +972-3-5612418
Fax: +972-3-5612467
E-Mail: Lewinski@bezeqint.net

 Israel - Poland Chamber of Commerce monitors economic developments and initiates activities to encourage the strengthening of ties through professional delegations, mutual visits of business people and institutional factors, Association seminars, providing current information and preparation of professional material as part of the whole services provided to members of the Chamber.

Trade relations between Israel and Poland are developing rapidly and continuously when the direct trade between the two countries stands at approximately $ 500 million. Poland's geographic position in Central Europe and the positive atmosphere and friendly toward Israel and the fact that Poland was not hurt by the global financial crisis and showed continued positive growth rate, contribute to increased cooperation with mutual benefits utilization.

Activity focuses on
areas of high - tech, life sciences, medicine, optics, telecommunications, alternative energy and agriculture products, consumer products, construction and real estate.

Sister Bilateral chamber of commerce in the member state:
Embassy in Israel:

Ambassador: H.E. Agnieszka Magdziak - Miszewska
Commercial Counsellor: Mr. Marek ZIELIŃSKI
Address: 16, Soutine St.,Tel Aviv 64684
Tel.: +972-3-7253111
Fax: +972-3-5237806
Website: http://www.telavivpl.org
E-Mail: office@telavivpl.org

Israeli Embassy in the member state:

Ambassador: H.E. Zvi Rav-Ner
Address: 24 Krzywickiego St., 02-078 Warszawa, WARSAW
Tel.: +48-(0)-22-5970500
Fax: +48-(0)-22-8251607
E-mail: publicaffairs@warsaw.mfa.gov.il

EU membership year: 2004
Capital City: Warsaw
Total Area: 312,685 sq km
Population: 38,192,000
Currency: Zloty (PLN)

Poland is rich in natural mineral resources, including iron, zinc, copper and rock salt. A strong recovery is underway thanks to booming exports, a recovery in private and public consumption and stock rebuilding. Real GDP growth is projected to be sustained by infrastructure investments, partly financed by EU funds. After bottoming in summer 2010, inflation is projected to rise. The general government deficit is likely to reach nearly 8% of GDP in 2010.

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