23 January 2018
In 2018, Poland's GDP is set to grow by 4.3 per cent, unemployment to fall to 6.3 per cent and inflation to reach 2.2 per cent. Interest rates are likely to remain unchanged. According to most market analysts, 2018 is going to be another successful year of stable growth for the Polish economy, offering interesting investment opportunities for foreign investors in various sectors, including energy and infrastructure, real estate, as well as financial services and private equity.
The choice of Mateusz Morawiecki as prime minister (the minister of development and finance until December 2017 and former CEO of BZ WBK, a Polish subsidiary of Santander bank) is meant to be signal that the economy is crucial for the current government in Poland.