20.08. The data of the Central Bank of Poland and the European Statistical Office (Eurostat) show that today the Polish economy is one of the most dynamically developing in the European Union. The present prosperity of Poland is due to the pan-European economic recovery and guest workers from Ukraine.
20.08. Greece emerges from its eight-year, some €300 billion “rescue” regimen with a debt load many economists, including those at the International Monetary Fund, deem unsustainable. It’s also a vastly poorer country than it was when the EU stepped in, with its economy declining nearly 25 percent over the course of the bailouts.