|Poland is expected to experience growth in the coming years|
Poland's GDP will grow to $1.415 trillion by 2030, according to PwC's report “The World in 2050”. By then, Poland's GDP will be worth 34 percent of Germany's GDP, whereas it is now worth 25 percent.
However, in 2050, Poland will no longer be one of the world's 20 strongest economies, PwC analysts say.
This will mostly be due to demography, including low immigration levels, and low savings. PwC expects China to be the top world economy in 2030. In 2050, the top eight positions will be held by non-EU countries, the report finds.
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