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10 Jan 2019, Gergana Bencheva, EMIS Editor

Poles' purchasing power stands at EUR 7,228 in 2018

The average purchasing power of a statistical resident of Poland totalled EUR 7,228 in 2018, the Polish News Bulletin (PNB) reported referring to GfK’s survey Purchasing Power Europe 2018. The amount accounted for half the European average.

The survey also showed that the gap between the affluent and the poor people in Poland was particularly big in comparison to other countries in Europe. On a geographical basis, Warsaw was the city with the highest purchasing power with locals boasting a purchasing power higher by 87% than the national average.

One of the concerns in 2018 was that discrepancies between the regions with the highest and the lowest purchasing power in Poland continued to widen, PNB noted.

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