Can Ukraine replace Russia with Poland in foreign trade?

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Indeed, the volume of Ukraine's exports to Poland is growing, and is growing at an accelerated pace. The volume of Ukraine's exports to Poland exceeded the level of 2013, and continues to grow. An example of Ukraine's foreign trade with Poland clearly shows how it was necessary to use the Association Agreement with the EU so that it would have a positive effect, and not just talk about it as a "miracle." But the question immediately arises: how different is the structure of exports to Poland and Russia. Because simply replacing the volume of exports - it does not mean to give our company the opportunity to successfully compensate for the loss of the Russian market. Because we can see the situation when Ukraine cannot sell some goods to Poland without the Russian market.
First, let’s found out the structure of Ukraine's exports to Russia. About 19% of Ukraine's exports to Russia are ferrous metals, more precisely semi-finished products made of steel, rolled ferrous metals. Another 6% are products made of ferrous metals, these are, as a rule, products that are needed for construction. And what about Poland[/img]
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