Poland successfully managed its integration into the European Union since joining in 2004, and during the 2008-09 global financial crises it was the only member to experience growth. Poland is a high-income country with a large and diversified domestic economy.
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October 22, 2014 — The latest Country Economic Memorandum for Poland highlights the need for individuals, corporations, and the state to alter their current trends in saving in order to mitigate risks related to old age poverty and slowing economic growth in the future.Read More »
September 26, 2014 — A knowledge exchange event, hosted by the City of Warsaw, recently brought together representatives from Poland, China, and the World Bank to discuss good practices in budget planning and debt management.Read More »
In order to bolster innovation in the country’s economy, Poland is actively deploying numerous financial instruments, upgrading its research infrastructure, and building strategic international partnerships.
A recent decision by lawmakers in Poland is raising the retirement age to 67 - up from 65 for men and 60 for women. The move is expected to increase pensions, add to Gross Domestic Product, and lower the country's deficit.