Inflation and a challenging economic situation in Poland have spurred 83 percent of citizens to cut their spending, a survey has shown.
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For many Poles, spending on Christmas this year will be more modest than last, a new survey shows.
The average Polish family is planning to cut their Christmas spending by 3.3 percent this year, a poll has found.
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Polish retail sales went up by 5.5 percent year on year in October 2022 after a 7.7-percent increase year on year in September, Eurostat, the EU's statistics agency, reported on Monday.
Most Poles aged 18-29 use smartphones to do their online shopping while older people tend to rely on desktop computers and laptops, a survey has found.
Poles have been stripping their household budgets, mainly of non-essential expenses, due to inflation-driven price hikes, a study has revealed.
Over 50 percent Poles are worried that there will be shortages in shops, a new survey shows.