Pandemics are nothing new in the history of human kind. They differ from global economic crises in many ways. Any economic forecasts prepared during a pandemic, including those referring to the shortest possible periods of time, are highly unreliable and can be a source of increased uncertainty.
I am confident that for the next 5 to 10 years Poland will continue to grow if the world economy is growing without a major global recession or depression, says Peter Jarrett, PhD, Head of the OECD Central and Eastern Europe Unit.
Two leading Polish economists discussed the record of the government on the eve of the first anniversary of its coming to power at a seminar organized by the CASE Centrum Analiz Spoleczno- Ekonomicznych, (Center for Social and Economic Research) and mBank in Warsaw.
According to early data on economic growth in the Q2’16 in Poland, the economy grew by 3.1 per cent compared with the Q2’15. Investment may be the cause of the biggest concern, but that is not the picture of the economy as a whole.