The Polish economy is struggling with high inflation, negative confidence effects related to the war in Ukraine, and slowing demand in key trading partners. The situation is even more multifaceted because of falling consumption and rising inflation despite the decline of the CPI in some categories. The mid-April IMF report and Europe and Central Asia Economic Update by World Bank projected Poland's GDP growth rate at 0.3% (IMF) and 0.7% (WB).
If you feel unsatisfied with market information and would like to understand how the current situation may affect your business in the future, or the Board of Directors expects you to help determine the most important factors affecting the market and sales, we invite you to the AmCham Macroeconomic Outlook meeting that will take place on May 17 (Wednesday), at 3:00 p.m. at the AmCham Office (conference room) at Twarda 18, Warsaw, and online.
The meeting initiates the new proposal for AmCham members to discuss the most interesting issues in current macroeconomic trends and know the opinion of the economic experts. At the first AmCham Macroeconomic Outlook you will have an opportunity to debate with Mr.Sławomir Dudek – economist, and public finance expert. He is a founder of the Institute of Public Finance and an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Economic Development at the SGH Warsaw School of Economics.