Polen: Solide Erholung wird durch fiskalische Risiken überschattet
Expansion of economic activity in Poland in 2009 continued at a markedly lower level compared to previous years, nevertheless Poland was not as hardly affected by the global financial and economic crisis as other countries. The situation of public finances had worsen due to lower economic activity and given the shrinking labour demand unemployment had risen up, but still moderately. In 2010 the economic activity increased markedly, primarily because of the recovery of situation in external trade countries, but deterioration of general government deficit will continue. Without adopted consolidation strategy the fiscal challenges in the medium term will endanger stable economic growth.
Volume (Year): 16 (2010)
Issue (Month): 12 ()
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