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Cheap Poland
September 2, 2011   
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Poland is one of the cheapest countries in the European Union, with prices 63 percent of the average in the bloc, according to a report by Eurostat, the EU’s statistics office.

Only Bulgaria and Romania are cheaper, with prices at 51 percent and 59 percent of the average.

Goods and services in the most expensive country, Denmark, cost 143 percent of the EU average. Denmark has the highest prices for food, non-alcoholic beverages, electronics, and restaurant and hotel services. In terms of alcohol and tobacco products, Ireland is the only EU country more expensive than Denmark, with prices reaching 170 percent of the EU average. In Poland, these products are priced at 74 percent of the EU average.

The second most expensive country in the EU, Finland, has prices reaching 123 percent of the EU average.
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