The next five years are expected to see the number of Polish millionaires grow by 105 percent to 78,000, according to the third edition of the Global Wealth Report prepared by Credit Suisse.
The Poland scenario looks to be part of a broader global trend, reported Rzeczpospolita. Come 2017, the number of millionaires around the world is expected to have jumped 62 percent to 46 million people.
Brazil and Russia are expected to see the largest increases in the number of newly rich; Poland is placed fourth, behind Malaysia.
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