Forbes praises Poland’s recession-proof economy

You don’t get unadulterated praise for whole countries these days, but Forbes is running an encouraging piece about Poland. The spur for this were the recently released economic numbers which showed the country grew 1.1 % in the second quarter of the year, after a 1.9% showing in the first quarter.

That’s not great by pre-recession standards. But it puts Poland, which didn’t binge on debt during the credit boom, well ahead of other countries that joined the European Union along with it in 2004.

To say nothing of the rest of Europe…

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