Inflation and a challenging economic situation in Poland have spurred 83 percent of citizens to cut their spending, a survey has shown.
The number of regular Polish savers who have decided to put aside even more money has increased by 20 percent as inflation reached levels last seen in Poland the 1990s, a survey has found.
The average Pole planned to spend PLN 195 (EUR 41.50) on this New Year's Eve, up 5 percent on last year.
Poland recorded a PLN 18.3-billion (EUR 3.94-billion) state budget surplus after the first 11 months of 2022, the Finance Ministry has said.
For many Poles, spending on Christmas this year will be more modest than last, a new survey shows.
Fifty-nine percent of Poles are planning to spend no more than PLN 100 (EUR 21) on Christmas gifts for a single person this year, a survey has found.
Poland's Sejm, the lower house of parliament, has approved the budget bill for next year.
The average Polish family is planning to cut their Christmas spending by 3.3 percent this year, a poll has found.
Poles plan to spend slightly more this year on Christmas than in 2021, a new survey has revealed.
Sixty percent of Poles have reduced their shopping budgets, a 20 percentage-point rise year on year, a survey by the UCE research pollster and Grupa Blix revealed on Friday.