The European Commission has recently published a macroeconomic forecast for Poland in 2016 and 2017. The forecast is rather optimistic, especially in the face of heated debate on the climate for investments in Poland. GDP growth, one of the biggest in Europe, will be maintained at the same level (3,6%). At the same time, unemployment rate will decrease by 0,5%. These predictions may have influenced maintaining the Polish rating by Moody’s at A2/P-1 level despite concerns on the future economic movements by the Polish government. Seeing new international transactions made in Poland recently, these numbers may be achieved without much effort, especially when more investments are to come.

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