Few dispute Poland’s stunning economic success in recent years. Since 2007, its economy has grown by a third, compared with little more than 2 per cent for the eurozone.
Central to its success has been a comparatively well-handled post-communist transition, which made Poland an attractive investment destination. That, in turn, transformed it into a low-cost manufacturing centre supplying western Europe and tied in to Germany’s powerful export machine.
Komentarz Bartosza MIŁASZEWSKIEGO dla The Financial Times.
Źródło: The Financial Times, SEPTEMBER 4, 2015