Even after the current economic slowdown ends, Poland’s economy has no chance to return to the days of 5-7% growth, and instead will likely grow by 2-3% per year at most, economists told Rzeczpospolita. The economy needs additional stimulus, a loosening of regulations and more business-friendly law, they say.
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