If the current issues affecting the Chinese economy become more serious, it may have an impact on Germany and, as a consequence, the Polish market, Janusz Piechociński, the Minister of the economy told Dziennik Gazeta Prawna daily.
The Ministry of Finance published a budget bill for 2016, which assumes that the profit from privatization will increase up to PLN 976 million in 2016, although the estimated amount for this year was PLN 106,65 million. “Similarly to previous years, the greatest profit from privatization will ...
Seasonally unadjusted real GDP growth rate stood at 3.5 percent in Q1 2015, compared with 3.3 percent in the same period of the previous year, the Central Statistical Office (GUS) announced on Friday. Economists surveyed by Polish Press Agency PAP expected the economy to grow by 3.3 percent in Q1. S...
Poland’s economy will grow by 3.4 percent this year, the unemployment rate will stand at 8.2 percent, deflation will amount to 0.2 percent, the government estimated in its Convergence Program. 2015 Update approved on Tuesday.
The IMF expects Polish economy to grow by 3.5 percent this year, backed by domestic demand and the improvement of economic conditions of Poland’s trade partners, the Fund informed. In October 2014, the IMF predicted Poland’s GDP to grow in 2015 by 3 percent.
Poland is ranked 17th in this year’s All-Stars Global Economy survey report prepared by Bloomberg. Poland and Ireland are the only European countries listed.
Goldman Sachs expects Poland’s GDP to increase by 3.4-3.5 percent this year, according to Magdalena Polan who is one of the economists at the institution.
Poland’s GDP will grow the fastest among the EU states, expanding by 3.3 percent this year, according to estimates by Bloomberg. Polish economy ranked 17th out of 57 included in the ranking.
Poland’s GDP grew by 3.0 percent in the fourth quarter of 2014 compared to the corresponding period of 2013, falling short of analysts’ expectations of 3.1 percent. The annual growth rate dropped by 0.3 percentage points compared to Q3 2014, the Central Statistical Office informed.
Polish CFOs are divided on the matter of Poland’s GDP growth in 2015. Half of them expect the rate to be lower than 2.5 percent, according to Deloitte CE CFO Survey.