Poland’s economy will growth at a rate of at least 3.1-3.2 percent annually this year, Deputy Prime Minister and Economy Minister Janusz Piechociński said on Monday.
In 2013, GDP grew by 1.6 percent, according to a flash estimate from statistics office GUS.
“Cautiously speaking, we will record growth at about 3.1-3.2 percent in 2014,” Piechociński said. “This will be one of the highest results in this part of the world.”
The deputy PM added that Poland will also record higher exports growth this year. However, the foreign trade balance will remain negative.
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