GDP is the sum, total of EVERYTHING made and produced in Poland, GDP=Gross Domestic Product measured in USD.
The total market value of all final goods and services
produced in a country in a given year, equal to total consumer, investment and government spending
, plus the value of exports, minus the value of imports.
It doesn't answer the OP qestion! That particular qestion about production!
Given the fact that gov spends a lot of money on bureaucracy and a fact many services didn't existed before 1989, what Poland produces is a darn a good qestion!
Polands economy has grow about 400% since 1989, from less than 100billion to 500billion dollars (2011 dollars)
I would recommend acquiring "rocznik statystyczny". It's available online as well.
That more like it! However I don't really care but OP could use it to his benefit!
What I would like-to see however - a book presenting step by step transformation in Polish economy from 1989 to about 2000, giving examples of closed factories and what was there to replace it!
Can you count to 5, Ironside or should I explain that?