Poland’s economy feels the heat of rule of law talks

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Poland is feeling the economic impact of the debate with the European Commission over the rule of law, with 20 percent of investors holding back because of the issue. “Twenty percent of the potential investors who would have been already investing, are putting a question mark, and … wait for the definitive solution,” Polish deputy prime minister Mateusz Morawiecki told a group of journalists on Thursday (26 May).
He said the “current discussion around the constitutional court” is having “not a significant, but not an insignificant impact” on the delay, adding that the investors are taking into account other factors, like the stability of the Polish economy and the volatile international situation. Read more: https://euobserver.com/political/133568 euobserver-logo
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