UBS lowers Poland's 2012 GDP growth forecast to 2.9%.

By bne IntelliNews November 2, 2011
Switzerland's largest investment bank UBS has lowered its 2012 GDP growth forecasts for the euro-zone, and consequently, Poland - to 0.2% from 1.0% and to 2.9% from 3.3%, respectively. In 2013, UBS projects Poland's economic growth at 3.4%. It stressed that solving the euro-zone's debt problems and resulting growth issues would be the primary issue for emerging markets.

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