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4% Growth for Polish GDP in 20172017-11-06 source own
According to the World Bank and their most recent forecast, economic growth for Poland is set to increase from 2.7% (in 2016) to 4% this year. However, early forecasts for 2018 suggest smaller growth due to labour shortages and a number of other small issues.
Back in May of this year, the World Bank suggested a 3.3% growth for 2017 and a very similar figure for next but this has now changed. As World Bank Country Manager for Poland and the Baltic States, Carlos Pinerua, explains “Economic growth at 4%, fiscal deficit below 3%, and inflation under control – all of this means that the Polish economy is in good shape.”