The economy of Poland is an industrialized, mixed economy with a developed market that serves as the sixth largest in the European Union (EU). Poland GDP estimate for 2019-20 is $581 billion with growth rate by 4.5% in 2021. Poland is also members of Trade organisations EU, WTO and OECD. In 2019 Poland was the number 21 economy in the world in terms of GDP (current US$), the number 22 in total exports, the number 18 in total imports, the number 57 economy in terms of GDP per capita and the number 23 most complex economy according to the Economic Complexity Index (ECI). Agriculture sector contribution in Poland GDP is up to 2.4%. In 2019 Poland imported $274B, making it the number 18 trade destination in the world Poland major imports from European contraries. The top imports of Poland are Cars ($11.4B), Crude Petroleum ($10B), Vehicle Parts ($9.01B), Packaged Medicaments($5.21B), and Broadcasting Equipment ($5.11B) , importing mostly from Germany ($69.6B), China ($26.9B), Italy ($14.9B), Netherlands ($13.1B), and Russia ($11.8B).