The last weekend's issue of The New York Times features an article on the prospects of the Polish economy as compared to other countries of Central and Eastern Europe.
The newspaper observed that Poland was the only European country with its gross domestic product now 25 percent above 2008 levels. The value of Polish exports increased from USD 53 billion to USD 203 billion over the last decade.
The article emphasised also that Polish companies are investing abroad, something almost unheard-of just a few years ago. Grupa Azoty, Europe’s second-largest fertilizer company, was cited as an example of such successful Polish business.
To read the article, go to The New York Times website.