Locked content Groceries account for 43% of Polish residents spending in 2017

The purchasing power of Polish residents for retail trade amounted to PLN 397.4 billion in 2017. About 43.1 percent of this amount Poles spent on groceries, GfK research said. The total expenses for basic goods such as food, clothing and health and beauty items accounted for two-thirds of the total ...

GDP per capita at 68% of EU average in Poland – Eurostat

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...

Locked content Eurostat: Poles purchasing power at two-thirds of EU average

Eurostat released a purchasing power comparison of European nations’ GDP per capita. The EU28 taken as the index baseline gives a measure of how well off each country’s citizens are. Poland’s GDP was 67 percent of the EU average, a percentage point higher than the year before. Coun...

Locked content Poles’ purchasing power up to PLN 950 billion in 2014

The purchasing power of Polish consumers increased to PLN 950 billion in 2014, from PLN 939 billion in 2013, according to a study by research firm GfK Polonia. “The average Pole has PLN 24,653 of disposable income in 2014, which he can spend or save” the firm said. Last year, the average consumer ha...