In the first episode of The Debrief for this year, we take a look at what's in store for the Polish economy in 2021.
The government's "Clean Air" programme may not only clear smog from the air of Polish municipalities, but also become a driving force for the Polish economy in the post-pandemic years, the newspaper Rzeczpospolita reported on Wednesday.
The Polish economy will have one of the “shallowest” recessions in Europe, the finance minister has claimed.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the prime minister, has said that he hopes “for a strong economic rebound” this year despite the need to battle the economic threat posed by the coronavirus pandemic.
Polish consumers believe inflation will rise in the coming months and are prepared to rein in spending, a survey carried out by the Economic Development Institute of the Warsaw School of Economics has found.
The head of Poland’s state development fund has said that the country could see GDP growth hit 5 percent next year, as the country bounces back from the economic shock of the pandemic.
The Polish government will shortly unveil the outlines of a new investment-heavy economic programme, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on Friday.
Despite huge government support for the Polish economy during the coronavirus crisis, Polish public finance is in a good condition and the recession in the country has been one of the mildest in Europe, the finance minister said on Tuesday.
New OECD figures show that Poland will be one of the “countries least affected by the pandemic crisis” the finance minister has claimed.
Strong exports have helped Polish the economy bounce back in the third quarter following the downturn caused by the spring lockdown.