The well-diversified Polish economy is among Europe’s least affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to World Bank.

Gross domestic product in Poland has been increasing since 2016 and is expected to reach approximately 857.13 billion U.S. dollars by 2025.

Inspite of COVID-19 and the restrictions Poland reacted well in 2020 Q3, with increases in industrial production, exports and household consumption, resulting in an overall GDP loss of 2.7% for the year 2020, a smaller decline compared to the EU average.

As foreign demand increases, the Polish economy is expected to turn to growth this year (+3.5%) and in 2022 (+4.5% – IMF’s April 2021 forecast).