The article provides a synthesis of most significant developments that occurred in the economy of Poland by the end of 2007. They have been presented against a backcloth of other EU countries. Strong upward trends are accompanied by: increasing inflationary pressure, increasingly restrictive monetary policy, lack of equilibrium in the balance of international trade and payments. Dramatic loan needs of the Budget determine an increase in national debt. The situation in the labour market becomes more and more complicated. The economic growth becomes less and less balanced.
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