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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— Find out what everyone needs to know about economic development from video blog and lecture by Marcelo M. Giugale, World Bank expert on macroeconomics and fiscal management, delivered at the Warsaw School of Economics.
— A new report by the World Bank Group looks at the ease of doing business in 18 cities across the country, compares business regulations affecting domestic firms in Poland and finds that good regulatory practices exist across many of the cities measured.
Report: Doing Business in Poland 2015
— Poland was the only economy in the European Union to avoid recession during the 2008 global financial crisis. Read this blog by Marcin Piatkowski to find out how Poland’s economy today is a quarter larger than at the onset of the crisis.
This project helps protect the people in the Odra River Basin against loss of life and damage to property caused by severe flooding - in towns of Raciborz, Kedzierzyn, Kozle, Krapkowice, Opole, Brzeg, Olawa and Wroclaw.
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.