Poland's state budget has already financed 95 percent of its borrowing needs for this year, the Ministry of Finance has reported.
The majority of Poles have decided to limit their spending due to increasing prices but few of them plan to ask for a pay rise, a new poll has shown.
Almost 64 percent of Poles have said in a survey that they will reduce their Easter spending this year as inflation in Poland has crossed the 10 percent mark.
The EU should double its defence spending in order to build a very strong army that would be integrated with Nato, Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has told the Berliner Morgenpost daily.
As much as 26.4 percent of government expenditure on prosperity in Poland is ineffective, according to a report by the Polish Economic Institute (PIE), an advisory body to the government.
Poles will be spending less on holiday gifts this year than in 2019 as Covid-19 dampens the Christmas spirit, a new study has shown.
Poles are planning to slash spending on Christmas by as much as 29 percent this year, according to a new international survey, as pandemic restrictions cut into the festive fun.
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).
In 2019, foreigners spent PLN 45.3 bln (EUR 9.9 bln) on goods and services in Poland, up 4.1 percent year on year, the Central Statistical Office (GUS) reported on Thursday.