it's not American economics, it's universal economics - demand for goods stimulates trade, and production, and job creation. in ANY country.
Oh dear. Do we have to start with the history lesson about how poor Poland actually was in 1989-1995?
you mean most Europeans don't have TVs? or disposable income? this is such bs, i'm going to skip that
I'm still waiting to hear where in Europe you can find "Easily available affordable housing". There's some in East Germany, but absolutely no work - hence why Poles bought up property there, because there was plenty of work in Poland.
By the way - I was in Media Markt a few days ago, and there were plenty of people carrying out huge TV's and all sorts of expensive stuff. The same shopping centre was packed full of nice cars and people buying nice things - often in cash. Could it be that your image of Poland has been tainted by the fact that your own family are non-achievers?
it may not be affordable to Poles, but it is affordable to those who live and work in those countries, and I don't see a reason why there couldn't be any in Poland.
Now you're just trolling.
If you want to talk about "affordable accommodation", ask yourself why many Spanish people stay at home for years and years. Or, or - ask yourself why there are such few locals buying property along the Croatian coast. Or or or - why not - ask yourself why people live 2 hours from their work in London! Or even - why not ask yourself why people are buying property 100km away from Dublin despite working in Dublin.
So - tell us - what's different in Poland with young people?