Polish economy in good condition - PM
The Polish economy is finding itself in better and better condition; we have been developing in a balanced way, PM Mateusz Morawiecki has told PAP.
"The Polish economy has finally started to base itself on three engines, namely, investments, exports and consumption," he stressed.
"The Polish economy is finding itself in better and better condition. The European Commission has just published GDP data for 23 EU countries. They show that Poland's economy is the fastest growing. And it is very important and optimistic that we have been developing in a balanced way," he went on to say.
The prime minister emphasised that the investment growth reported by Polish companies "has been the greatest since the 2015 parliamentary election", as it exceeded 10 percent year on year.
"Investments have been accelerated and have been making growth stronger. This is compatible with our 'Strategy for Responsible Development'," the prime minister underlined.
PM Morawiecki added that "Poland has been changing its image in many dimensions."
"And this has been appreciated by ordinary people, businessmen and our foreign partners," he said.