Prime Minister Donald Tusk has said that Poland is unlikely to fall into recession and will maintain GDP growth at 2.5% in the second half of this year, reported the Polish Press Agency.
However, “we must be prepared to respond fast if this autumn proves more dramatic than we expect,” said Mr Tusk.
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