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Global rating agency Standard and Poor's (S&P) has raised Poland's economic growth forecast to 3.1 percent in 2024 from 3.0 percent expected earlier.
Poland is likely to see no changes in the interest rates until the end of 2024, with GDP growth of 3.1 percent over the period, the S&P Global Ratings agency said in a forecast.
Poland's budget deficit stood at PLN 36.42 billion (EUR 8.33 bln) at the end of October, the Finance Ministry announced on Saturday.
PhotoAid have earned global publicity after pioneering a scheme that allows employees to work from a 300 sq/m condo in Tenerife, a ploy that has helped bonding, recruitment and productivity.
Poland's unemployment rate remained unchanged in October 2023 at 5.0 percent, the same as in the previous month, the stats office GUS said in a statement on Friday.
The airport in the southwestern Polish city of Wroclaw has broken its pre-pandemic record for passenger numbers with more than 3.5 million people serviced so far this year, the airport announced on Thursday.
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