The Polish economy remains balanced and features strong GDP growth, according to S&P Global Ratings analyst Frank Gill.
The main challenges for the Polish economy in the coming two to four years include dealing with a lower income from EU funds, exhaustion of reserves in the job market and the need to correct the GDP-per-capita index.
“The economy is balanced. The foreign debt index is fairly moderate. Growth is very high and clearly reached over 4 percent in 2019. We believe, however, that the next two to four years will a period of trials for Poland,” Gill explained.
The first challenge will be the lessened income of EU funds as part of the new financial perspective of the EU.
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