Poland's September online sales rose to 6.8 percent of total retail sales from 6.1 percent in August, the country's Central Statistical Office GUS said in a report on Wednesday.
The digital economy in Poland grew by 18.4 percent in the first months of the pandemic-related restrictions, 2.5 times faster than the average growth in 2017-2019, McKinsey analysts wrote in a recent report.
Poland's Economic Sentiment Indicator (ESI) rose in September 2020 to 77.9 points from 75.6 points in the previous month, the European Commission's Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs (DG ECFIN) reported on Tuesday.
Poland took 32nd place in the Responsible Development Index (RDI) prepared by the Polish Economic Institute (PIE) to measure the level of development of countries as an alternative to GDP growth, PIE said on Wednesday.
The number of new job offers went down by 21.8 percent year on year and by 3.5 percent month on month in Poland in August 2020, Grant Thornton has written in a report.
The number of retail parks in Poland has grown two-fold over the last ten years, according to the report 'Retail parks and convenience centres in Poland' by real estate consultancy JLL and Trei Real Estate Poland.
Solid foundations in the real estate sector means Poland is still attracting investment despite Covid.
During several weeks of the coronavirus pandemic, the share of e-commerce in Poland's retail trade grew from 5.5 percent at the end of 2019 to nearly 12 percent, reads a report by the Santander bank.
Poland, among other countries, has been listed in the State Department's annual Act 447 report for not having yet enacted full legislation on domestic property restitution or Holocaust-related confiscation.
Polish Finance Minister Tadeusz Koscinski, addressing the Sejm (lower house) public finance committee on Thursday, praised the government's execution of the 2019 budget, saying that good economic times were used to ensure financial security and stability.