Locked content Polish government adopts Strategy for Responsible Growth

Polish government approved the economic plan to invest over PLN 2 trillion into the economy by 2020. The Strategy for Responsible Growth will be funded from public and EU funds (PLN 1.5 trillion) as well as private capital (PLN 600 billion) and is aimed to boost the country’s savings and inves...

GDP growth at 2.7 percent in Q4 – flash estimate

Poland’s gross domestic product grew by 2.7 percent year-on-year in the fourth quarter of 2016, according to a flash estimate published by the Central Statistical Office (GUS). The quarter-to-quarter growth was at 1.7 percent.

General government deficit lowest in 9 years

The general government deficit, i.e. the deficit of central and local governments and the social security funds controlled by these units, amounted to 2.3 percent of GDP last year and was the lowest since 2007, the European Commission said. For 2017-18, the Commission forecasts that deficit will amo...

Polish investment funds assets grow to PLN 261.8 bln in Jan

Net assets under management (AuM) of Polish investment funds increased by 1.1 percent (PLN 2.9 billion) to PLN 261.8 billion, a report by researcher Analizy Online and asset management lobby IZFiA showed. In the same period, net inflows stood at PLN 0.8 billion.

Economic climate improves in Q1 – IRG SGH

The economic climate index calculated by the Research Institute for Economic Development of the Warsaw School of Economics (IRG SGH) increased by 1 points quarter-to-quarter and amounts to -7.8 points in Q1 2017. In year-to-year terms the index has dropped by 2.3 points.

EU investments to boost Poland’s GDP by 1 pp – Kwieciński

Deputy Minister of Development, Jerzy Kwieciński said that according to the resort estimates, investments funded by EU will boost next year’s GDP by around 1 percentage point. Kwieciński expects that boost to grow in 2018-19 to 1.5 pp. “We plan on signing contracts for investments worth half o...