by ANNE CHATHAM
The Polish economy will perform strongly over the next decade, according to a new report on “Polska 2030” published by American management consulting firm McKinsey with Forbes magazine.
According to an optimistic scenario, its size could even double.
For the past 28 years, the Polish economy has grown uninterruptedly, without a recession. Real GDP has almost tripled over that period. Since the country joined the EU in 2004, GDP has grown by 4% per year on average, more than three times the EU average of 1.2%.
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