It's not inflation but your "investors", who without EU were kept away.
This is scaremongering, they amount of investment you percieve by foreign investors is not that high - we've been though this before you and i and you're were proven wrong then too.
Go back to my #4, a bit more sophisticated than your 3 lines
we "get money from EU" but in practice It is anti-Polish dumping, because western farmers get much more
if polish farmers got the exact same of french farmers it woul dbe disproportate. You'd have 'millionaire polish farmers' in POland - CAP is all about maiking farmer practical to earn a living - the french farmers for eg would argue they dont enough either (and they do arge this) as the costs in PL and FR are differet
so for Poland It would be much better If the CAP didn't exist at all.
Really?> so rather than get some money to help, even if you perceive it as a little, you think its better if they get no money, ergo, no help at all? please!
In 2007-2013 budget we "get" something like 88 billion EUR but netto It probably won't be more than ~25 billion --->
individual opinion with no basis in fact or reality & even if, 25bn EUR is better than NOT getting 25Bn Eur which would be the case if Poland were NOT in the EU.
and that's within 7 years in a country with 38 million people - avg ~94 EUR per person a year, so nothing really impressive, I spend more on newspapers . And in the next budget we will probably netto get not much more than we pay into and in long term...
that is very small minded view - the money goes on schools, roads and infrastructure. which is the foundation stones of any economey to BUILD a strong economy. You must build these first before you can build wealth and this is already visible in Poland as it was in the WEU in the first 50 years with the TGV en france, eurostar, moterways, airports etc etc. free movement of people and goods etc etc -
if Poland was not a member, it could not avail of these - how is that good for Poland?