Poland’s economic problems are likely to intensify in the second half of this year, during the run-up to the presidential elections by BEN SLAY BY MOST MEASURES, POLAND CONTINUES to be one of the leaders in the post-communist economic transition. Gross domestic product (GDP) has been growing at an increasing pace since 1992, inflation rates […]

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