Growth Dynamics To Remain Favourable

July 2008
Emerging Europe Monitor: Central Europe & Baltic States;Jul2008, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p1
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The article provides an economic outlook for Poland through 2011. Analysts expect the economy of Poland, which posted a 6.6% rate of growth in 2007, to cool over the course of 2008-2010 as it rides out the post-boom wave. As reported, consumer demand in the country remained the most important driver of growth in 2007. Also, the country's investment expenditure surged, with growth in gross capital formation accelerating by 19.7% in 2007.


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