Poland advances in WEF’s global competitiveness report; still faces challenges

Poland advanced in the World Economic forum’s global Competitiveness Report by two notches to 41st place on a fractional 0.1 point gain in its overall score, a presentation of the studies results from the central bank NBP showed. 

Business leaders have given higher ratings to Polish infrastructure and to Polish innovation, although the latter leaves much to be desired, “Piotr Boguszewski of the NBP wrote in a comment to the report.

Poland additionally has work to do to catch up in human capital, labor market efficiency and in cutting red tape, the presentation shows. Tax law, labor law, ineffective public administration and excess fiscalism continue to lead the list of barriers to business.

>>See the Raport


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