S&P expects Poland's GDP growth at 2.0% in 2012, 3.0-3.5% in 2013.

By bne IntelliNews February 20, 2012
Poland's economy will expand by 2.0% in 2012, according to forecasts of Standard & Poor's. Expansion will accelerate in the coming years "in line with higher growth in the euro region," the agency's analyst Leila Butt has said in an interview with Bloomberg. She expects Poland's GDP growth to reach 3.0-3.5% next year and "a bit higher" level in 2014. The government expects the 2012 GDP rise at 2.5%, while the central bank - at above 3.0%. Most bank economists place their forecasts in between these figures.
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