If you believe that, then you must be one of the majority. Does the majority come from Warsaw ?
No, the majority come from urban cities and towns in Central and Western Poland.
Do you call the hike in prices an improvement ?
No, I call it inflation and it's a problem in Poland.
Is this improvement continuing ? ...... I don,t think so. National debt rising, tourism in decline, less foreign investment, and so on.
I'm not going to go digging for facts for you on the internet, you bring up to many issues. But broadly speaking, GDP is up, wages are up, disposable income is up, house ownership is up and employment has dropped dramatically, even taking into account migration. That's a pretty good hand. To address your points specifically; National Debt is up in most capitalist countries. The various pros and cons of national debt and credit borrowing are a much bigger discussion, but frankly Poland is in much better shape than many other countries. While tourism is currently experiencing a dip, it is, over ten year and five year periods massively up, and the dip will not return it to its previously poor levels. I'm not really sure how important tourism is to national well being anyway. FDI is down because the world economy is down and much of that dip has been replaced by EU investment.
How can you be so sure ?
The burden of proof is not on me, but on you. You made the statement. Why are there going to be food shortages? I can't be sure half the population aren't Scientologists, that Slask isn't plotting to defect or that Wednesday follows Tuesday, but I'm pretty sure.