CESifo sees assessments of Poland's economic situation as less positive.

By bne IntelliNews February 21, 2011
Amongst the EU member countries in the CEE region the relatively best economic performance is again reported from Ifo World Economic Survey (WES) experts in Poland and the Czech Republic, the Center for Economic Studies (CES) has announced in a report. "The current economic situation has been assessed as satisfactory again, even to a higher degree than in the October survey. The expectations for the next six months for both countries are positive, although in Poland to a considerably lesser degree over the survey last year," the report reads. It also said that its expectations as to Poland's inflation were 2.8% in Q4/2010 and 3.3% in Q1/2011 (vs. 2.0% and 2.2%, respectively, for the entire EU). The Ifo World Economic Survey (WES) is designed to give an accurate picture of the economic situation and forecasts for important industrial, emerging and developing economies on a quarterly basis. WES consists of qualitative information: appraisals and expectations of economic experts. tom

CESifo sees assessments of Poland's economic situation as less positive.

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