The Poland economy is the eighth largest economy of the European Union and it is also the largest among the former Eastern Bloc members of the European Union. Ever since 1990, Poland has followed a policy of economic liberalization and the Poland economy was the only one in the European Union who managed to avoid a recession through the period of 2007-2008 economic decline. World Bank has classified the Poland economy as a high-income economy.
Poland Prime Minister Beata Szydlo won a parliamentary majority in 2015. The government has been in conflict with the EU over changes brought in the judiciary and EU attempting to enforce compulsory migrant quotas. Poland has a very strong manufacturing sector which has helped it create the sixth largest economy in the European Union.
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