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Poland GDP growth surprises on upside


rokosh
30 Nov 2010  #1
WARSAW, Nov 30 (Reuters) - Poland's economy grew by 4.2 percent year-on-year in the third quarter of 2010, statistics office data showed on Tuesday, well above expectations and above 3.5 percent in the previous quarter.
Malopolanin 3 | 134
30 Nov 2010  #2
How about National Debt Growth?
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
30 Nov 2010  #3
Apparently better than many in Europe and the U.S.

51 (place) Poland 46.50 (%GDP) 2009 est.

Wiki (but from CIA)
noreenb 7 | 557
30 Nov 2010  #4
Yes, I heard the same info today.
How to convince foreign investors to trust Polish economy now?
I guess they are a bit too sceptical about the growth.
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163
30 Nov 2010  #5
Poland's economy grew by 4.2 percent year-on-year in the third quarter of 2010

Fueled by consumption for borrowed money. It will collapse soon.
ThinkForexJB 1 | 3
2 Dec 2010  #6
A lot of people say that the Zloty is the most undervalued currency on the market...at least from an emerging-market standpoint.
Mr Grunwald 19 | 1,541
11 May 2019  #7

Polish growth continues



Here is an article in Polish from TVP: tvp.info/42537488/wzrost-zamoznosci-polakow-irytuje-niemcow

The Polish economy will develop even faster than anticipated by the European Commission. The latest forecasts published in Brussels show that GDP growth in Poland will amount to 4.2 percent. This gives Poland the second place in the European Union

Polish economy is growing! What do you have to say about it? I think it's only natural for Poland
Ironside 47 | 9,550
11 May 2019  #8
I think that GDP alone is not a good indicator of the economic health of a country.
pawian 156 | 8,515
11 May 2019  #9
but what Poles enjoy, is increasingly irritating the Germans.

Mr Grunwald, you shouldn`t quote that state TVP, it is PiS controlled lying media, that is why they mentioned Germans in this news. It is a worthless tv channel, made by renegade Polish journalists.
Ironside 47 | 9,550
11 May 2019  #10
which channels are not worthless tools of propaganda with propagandist at the fore? Republika maybe to a degree but all the rest are the same..

Came to think of it most TV channels elsewhere are generally the same - politically based, there is only question of a degree, regardless you can find some good journalists here and there, like Ziemkiewicz, Rachon, Carlson and few others ...

Anyway you whine just because they don't say things that you like to hear not for any other reason.
delphiandomine 84 | 17,590
11 May 2019  #11
but what Poles enjoy, is increasingly irritating the Germans.

What utter insecure garbage. German pensioners drive luxury cars, Polish pensioners face ever-lengthening queues in bankrupt hospitals.
pawian 156 | 8,515
11 May 2019  #12
regardless you can find some good journalists here and there, like Ziemkiewicz, Rachon, Carlson and few others ...

Now you are provoking (because I don`t believe you can be so stupid) because you perfectly know they are perfect examples of renegade sh.tty journalists I mentioned before. :):)
pawian 156 | 8,515
11 May 2019  #14
Yes, they are but never mind, this thread is about GDP, not renegade journalists.

Polish economy is growing!

Yes! And we are growing with it, too! :):)

An informative article which in simple words explains certain basics: What about the roots of Poland's success? Do they offer lessons for its neighbors? And what must Poland do to continue its progress in the coming decades?

theglobalist.com/poland-economy-gdp-european-union
Mr Grunwald 19 | 1,541
13 May 2019  #15
Don't worry pawian I am pretty safe from state-anything propaganda. I just found it merely funny and thought it would catch more interest then simply talking about money.

delphandomine
Well I was just translating the text...

Ironside
I agree, but seeing as things are going in Poland I do think the economy is improving. It's a pity that the government isn't more pro-free market but, at least they are doing something. Even tho it's state related...

Poland has a goal in mind, which I very much like while other countries seem to neglect their responsibilities to her citizens


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