The agreement between the European Union and the United Kingdom on mutual access to the markets after Brexit may be conditional upon the establishment of a fund supporting EU countries similar to the one financed by Norway.
The Stability and Growth Pact says the EU countries have to maintain a fiscal deficit no higher than 3 per cent of the GDP and reduce their public debt below 60 per cent of the GDP. All the countries have decreased the fiscal deficit, but not the level of debt.
The chances of Poland entering the euro area in the coming years are slim. The reasons for this are political and are connected with the constitutional provision that Narodowy Bank Polski has the exclusive right to issue money and implement monetary policy in Poland.