Economic growth prospects still promising - Polish PM

2019-02-06, 13:55 update: 2019-02-07, 13:01
Photo PAP/Leszek Szymański
Photo PAP/Leszek Szymański
Poland enjoys macroeconomic stability, reports growing productivity, has human capital and its economic growth prospects are still very promising, Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki said during a visit to an Inter Europol plant in Małopole (central Poland).

Morawiecki underlined that 5.1-percent GDP growth was attainable owing to Polish entrepreneurs and workers. He emphasised that the Polish economy has been based on four main factors, namely, macroeconomic stability, growing productivity, better infrastructure and human capital or workers, who have been growing more and more productive. "It is to them that we owe the development of the Polish economy," he said, adding that economic growth prospects were still very promising.

Addressing a meeting at the Inter Europol plant, Prime Minister Morawiecki said that the company, founded in 1989, has been exporting from 35 to 45 percent of its output. "Exports are and can be a driving engine of economic growth," the prime minister emphasised.

Inter Europol is a producer of fresh and frozen bread and cakes. (PAP)