"More than 400 professionals are leaving every day. In the last year 150,000 highly qualified citizens left the country in search of work." – writes The Telegraph, accusing the government of a lack of policies to stop the British from leaving the country. Meanwhile, politicians present the citizens as victims condemned to exile.
Although Poland and the other CEE countries have coped well with the current crisis, the pace of convergence is gradually slowing. The remedy can be found in “The Warsaw Consensus”- a complex growth model for the region, which can lead to a steady development.