According to BOŚ Bank analysts, Poland’s GDP will grow by over 3 percent in 2017 (compared to 2.8 percent in 2016), mostly due to the rise of public investments.
“Taking into account stable perspectives for private consumption and exports, as well as general improvement of economic sentiments, we expect the GDP growth to be around 3 percent treshold in Q1. For the whole year, the growth should exceed 3 percent. By how much, will depend on the levels of private investments,” the report said.
CPI should remain within 1.5-2 percent threshold throughout the year, according to banks’s economists.