External Debt in Poland

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Poland - External Debt

The economy seemingly took a notable hit from containment measures in the first quarter, which seems set to be even more severe in the second quarter. Industrial production and retail sales slumped at the tail-end of Q1, coinciding with the introduction of a partial lockdown, while crashing business and consumer confidence as well as manufacturing activity in April hint at the magnitude of the expected downturn in Q2. In further bids to cushion the economy, on 17 April Parliament approved a new package to protect jobs worth EUR 2.4 billion, and in early May backed a plan to support firms worth EUR 0.2 billion. Meanwhile, in mid-April, S&P Ratings affirmed Poland's credit rating, citing the country's manageable levels of public and private debts and its diversified economy. On a less positive note, in late April the European Commission launched legal action against Poland, questioning aspects of its judicial reform and thus reigniting conflicts with EU institutions.

Poland - External Debt Data

2014   2015   2016   2017   2018  
External Debt (% of GDP)71.4  70.5  75.3  68.2  63.2  

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

Poland Facts

Value Change Date
Bond Yield2.07-0.30 %Dec 31
Exchange Rate3.79-0.53 %Jan 01

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