30% of Polish companies report declines in sales value due to inflation
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The Polish Economic Institute (PIE) asked entrepreneurs about changes in the value of sales, the Warsaw Business Journal reported, citing web portal 300gospodarka.
As much as 30% of the surveyed companies recorded a drop in sales in October compared to September. Nineteen percent of enterprises informed increase in sales.
Some 39% of the decline reports come from companies from the TSL sector (transport, forwarding, logistics).
Service companies reported less about 31%. In these industries, every fourth company recorded sales drops monthly, which exceeded even 10%.
When it comes to trade and construction, enterprises with a decrease in sales accounted for slightly less than 30%, and in production 24%.
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