The Monetary Policy Council (RPP) has decided to increase interest rates for the fourth time in a row. The main interest rate went up by 50 basis points in Poland and will now be 2.25 percent, up from 1.75 percent, which is the highest it has been in seven years. The rate increases will lead […]
Although the Visegrád Four countries of Hungary, Czechia, Poland, and Slovakia find themselves below the EU average when it comes to prosperity, they also achieved some of the highest economic growth among EU member states
According to a forecast by the International Labor Organization, Poland will be first in the European Union and second in the world when it comes to the scale of rebuilding its job market during the pandemic
Fitch Ratings has maintained its “stable” outlook for Hungary’s sovereign debt rating, while at the same time it downgraded the outlook of most other EU member states, news and opinion portal Mandiner writes
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