Poland's GDP growth will reach 0.1 percent in 2023 and will stabilise at 3.3 percent in the next two years, according to a European Economic Outlook report authored by global accountancy firm EY.
Poles are more concerned about their finances today than they were in June, when the first wave of the coronavirus epidemic started to subside, EY, a global accounting firm, has said in a report.
The majority of Polish consumers have not limited spending in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic and intend to "return to normal" as soon as possible, according to a study published on Monday by the audit services company Ernst & Young (EY).
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