Deloitte: Poles 50 times poorer than Germans
PR dla Zagranicy
The financial stability of Poland is much more problematic when compared with that of other countries in the European Union, says Deloitte.
“The financial strength of Poland and Poles compared to that of other European nations is worse than modest, since per capita accumulated assets in 2012 amounted to less than EUR 2,900, while the average in Germany was EUR 150,000, and that of Greece ‘only’ EUR 60,000,” Deloitte said in a report.
“As a result, Germany is an average of 50 times wealthier than [Poland], and Greeks are 20 times richer, so they can themselves also allow for higher debt levels without loss of credibility in financial markets, if economic policy is carried out responsibly,” the report read. (rg/di)
Read the whole report here (in Polish)