Poland estimates grey economy's output at 13% of 2010 GDP.

By bne IntelliNews August 9, 2011
Poland's statistics office estimated that the grey economy generated 13% of the country's GDP in 2010, up by 1.3pps from 2009, Gazeta Prawna reported. The number of illegally working persons is over 1.4 million. The sectors that are believed to have the highest share in the illegal economy are trade, repair services, food manufacturing, tourism and construction.
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