|Author (Person)||Płóciennik, Sebastian|
|Publisher||Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM)|
|Series Title||PISM Bulletin|
|Series Details||No. 19 (614), February 2014|
|Publication Date||February 2014|
|Content Type||Journal | Series | Blog|
Germany entered the New Year with hopes of faster economic growth. At stake in 2014 is more than just the question of short-term domestic prosperity. A better and more sustainable economic situation in the region’s largest economy would improve the recovery chances for the whole eurozone economy, as well as provide a model of domestic reform in policy fields from the economy to energy. The chances are good, even if the risk of negative shocks stemming from the unstable external environment are still significant. And yet, the implications for Poland of higher German growth rates are not solely positive.
|Countries / Regions||Germany|