Analysts optimistic for Polish economy in 2014
PR dla Zagranicy
Poland's economy is set to grow by over three percent in 2014, according to forecasts by chief economists from 15 leading banks.
The annual survey by the Puls Biznesu daily indicates that while no boom is expected, Poland can be optimistic about its economic prospects for the current year.
Analysts say that growth rates will put Poland among one of the best in the EU in 2014.
According to the survey, wages are also set to rise this year, with predictions averaging at an increase of 3.8 percent.
Meanwhile, a slight drop in unemployment is expected, with the level likely to fall to 13.2 percent.
Consumer spending is also set to rise by 2.3 percent, which would mark the best result in three years.
At the same time, inflation and interest rates are expected to remain low. (nh)