December 5, 2013

Poland Needn't Fix Unbroken Pension System

Anders Aslund, Bloomberg

The Associated Press

Since 1989, Poland has stood out among the former communist countries as the most successful reformer with the highest cumulative economic growth. It sailed through the global crisis and was the only European Union nation that didn’t experience a recession in 2009.

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