World Bank still sees Poland's GDP growth at 2.9% in 2012, higher in 2013.

By bne IntelliNews June 28, 2012
Poland's economic growth will probably decelerate to 2.9% in 2012 from last year's 4.3%, according to the June update to the EU11 Regular Economic Report of the World Bank. The institution presented the 2.9% forecast in November and upheld it in May. It now also said that in 2013, Poland's economy will probably expand by 3.2%. Thus, Poland will note the highest growth among CEE and SEE countries covered in the report both this and next year, it transpires from the report. This year, the Polish government expects growth to decelerate to 2.5%, the European Commission sees the figure at 2.7%, while the National Bank of Poland (NBP) - at 3.0%.
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