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Improved GDP Forecast for Poland2017-12-13 source own
According to Fitch, Poland is now expecting GDP growth of 4.4% in 2017 which is an improvement on all prior predictions. What’s more, the international rating agency has also revised the 2018 growth figure and this has improved 0.4 percentage points to 3.6%; for 2019, it’s still the same at 3.2%.
Back in July, Fitch listed Poland’s outlook as ‘Stable’ while also awarding the country an A- rating. With this new report, they believe the improvement in growth to be a direct result of EU funds and how this has helped government investments.