External Debt in Poland

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Poland - External Debt

Poland’s economy appears to be gaining momentum at the start of 2017, after GDP growth edged up at the end of 2016. A tight labor market and government stimulus measures are fueling a consumption boom, evident in double-digit growth in retail sales in January. Industrial production also accelerated strongly in the same month and business confidence rose in February, as the economy kicked into a higher gear. Meanwhile, the government continues to clash with EU officials over the rule of law. The government is refusing to implement European Commission-demanded judiciary reforms to improve the state of democracy, after a series of controversial laws last year sparked concerns. The country could lose its voting rights within the EU if the conflict persists.

Poland - External Debt Data

2011  2012  2013  2014  2015  
External Debt (% of GDP)61.3  73.7  73.3  65.0  69.2  

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Poland External Debt Chart

Poland External Debt
Note: External debt as % of GDP.
Source: National Bank of Poland and FocusEconomics calculations.

Poland Facts

Bond Yield3.54-0.76 %Mar 27
Exchange Rate3.91-0.98 %Mar 27
Stock Market58,339-1.24 %Mar 27

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