The growth of Polish GDP in the long-term scenario, ending in 2070, will be heading towards 1.7 percent according to results from the calculations of the Ministry of Finance.
Poland’s Central Statistics Office (GUS) data for construction and industrial production indicate that Q2 GDP growth may be comparable to Q1, Minister of Investment and Development Jerzy Kwieciński estimated. In Q1 GDP growth stood at 5.2 percent y/y. Kwieciński added that positive trend shoul...
In Q2 2018 the inflation may amount to 1.7 percent on the annual basis, the Ministry of Finance estimated. The risk for economic growth may come from the situation at the main export markets for Poland, which have recorded a slowdown of economic activity in Q1. A higher inflation in Q2 compared to Q...
The high GDP growth rate seen at the beginning of 2018 is not sustainable, believes deputy finance minister Leszek Skiba. He added that the forecasted GDP growth rate for 2019 is reliable.
The Central Statistics Office GUS has confirmed its previous estimate for 2017 GDP growth at 4.6 percent. Moreover, it revised the Q4 growth to 4.9 percent compared with the initial 5.1 percent growth projection.
Poland’s GDP grew by 5.1 percent y/y in the Q4 compared with a 4.9 percent increase in Q3, Central Statistics Office GUS said confirming the previous flash estimate.
Poland’s GDP grew by 5.1 percent y/y in the Q4 compared with a 4.9 percent increase in Q3, Central Statistics Office GUS said in a flash estimate.
According to preliminary data from the Central Statistics Office, Poland’s GDP grew by 4.6 percent in 2017, the fastest since 2011. The growth was driven by domestic demand and higher economic activity in the region and the European Union, Poland’s main trade partners.
According to PM Mateusz Morawiecki predictions in 2017 GDP grew about 4.5 percent, while in Q4 alone the growth amounted to 5 percent y/y.
According to Eurostat data, GDP per capita expressed in Purchasing Power Standards (PPS) in Poland amounted to 68 percent of the EU average in 2016, unchanged compared with 2015. The lowest pps in the bloc was in Bulgaria (49 percent) followed by Romania (58 percent), while the highest was in Luxemb...