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Poland – the EU's Large New Member State

The Polish economy has developed rapidly in the last 15 years. Poland has had a relatively difficult starting point. A number of structural economic problems have been ignored, and in some respects the macroeconomy is faring worse than in several of the other new EU member states, which have seen equivalent economic restructuring. This article deals with some of the problems affecting the Polish economy.