Wherever one looks, signs of the good change abound. The number of companies declared bankrupt in Poland has fallen, according to the National Debt Register.
From July 2016 to the end of June 2017, 563 firms were declared bankrupt.
According to National Debt Register's Adam Łącki, "over the past few years, at least 700 have gone bankrupt every year, sometimes over 800 firms. The current statistics indicate that this year the number of bankruptcies may be lower than 600. This is in large part due to two factors - changes in bankruptcy law and the strong Polish economy." Other positive economic indicators are up: GDP, emplyoment, investments, production, exports and budget surplus. Negative ones such as unemploymernt and inflation are down. And to think that the hysterical "total oppositon" are so blinded by their irrational hatred that they do not even see such obvious achievements.