Poland must be prepared for economic slowdown resulting from the global situation, but recession, at least for the time being, is not expected, the chief economist of the Polish Development Fund, Paweł Dobrowolski, said at the Economic Forum in Krynica.
Rail Baltica’s woes to continue as Lithuanian Latvian and Estonian auditors launch a probe into the internal control systems and public procurement strategies of the company. At the same time, Baiba Rubesa, CEO of the joint venture, resigned.
The issue of wage levels and income inequality is becoming hot topic in discussions concerning the Polish economy. International comparisons indicate that average wages in Poland are higher than what would be expected on the basis of the GDP per capita levels.