Poland has a stable economic status Poland has pursued a policy of economic liberalization since 1990 and today stands out as a success story among transition economies. It is a rich with its natural resources such as sulfur, copper, natural gas, coal, silver, salt, Amber, lead, arable land etc. The primary agricultural products of the country are fruits, vegetables, wheat, potatoes and so on. The industries that are developing very fast are machine-building industry; coal mining industry, shipbuilding industry, iron and steel industry, food processing industry, textile industry glass industry, beverages, chemicals etc. The materials that are exported to the foreign countries are Germany, Italy, UK, France, Russia, Czech Republic and Netherlands.