Financial directors (CFOs) surveyed by the consulting company Deloitte expect the Polish economy to continue its stable growth; however, 46 percent expressed a feeling of economic uncertainty.
Some 62 percent of directors predict GDP growth not higher than 3.5 percent, of which one third believe that it will be between 2.5 percent and 3.5 percent.
According to the survey, economic uncertainty among financial directors in Poland increased slightly, to 46 percent from 44 percent half a year ago. Still, it means a big drop compared to the survey from last year, when as much as 71 percent of CFOs experienced a high or very high level of economic uncertainty in Poland.
The “Deloitte CFO Survey” was conducted on a sample of 1,600 people from 20 European countries.