Poland - Commercial Guide
Foreign Exchange Controls

Includes how foreign exchange is managed and implications for U.S. business;

Last published date: 2019-10-13

The PLN is fully convertible and there are no foreign exchange controls affecting trade in goods. Companies operating in Poland have free access to foreign currency, and there have been no failures of the banking system to provide hard currency on demand. Polish law allows repatriation of profits, including through bonds and securities. 
 

Under the terms of its EU Accession, Poland is required to adopt the Euro. However, the government has no fixed date for Euro adoption.