Will the German recession bring Poland down?

Oct 17, 2014 5:48 PM|Conotoxia.com

Author: finanse.wp.pl
Address: http://finanse.wp.pl/Niemiecka-recesja-pociagnie-za-soba-Polske
Published: 15.10.2014

Germany looks weaker every month. More speculations about the European's strongest economy falling to recession. What does it mean for Poland?

Germany is the most important recipient of the Polish export. Our western neighbours bought 25.8 percent of all items shipped abroad this year. This is an equivalent of 9.8 of Poland's gross domestic product last year.

Piotr Lonczak, Cinkciarz.pl analyst

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Oct 17, 2014 5:48 PM|Conotoxia.com

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