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Economists for Morawiecki
December 7, 2017   
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Mateusz Morawiecki
Poland's potential replacement of the incumbent PM Beata Szydlo by the development and finance minister Mateusz Morawiecki would be desirable from the perspective of the country's economy, as well as entrepreneurs, economists surveyed by the daily Puls Biznesu agree. Some vital plans of the development ministry, such as employer-sponsored pension programs (PPKs), would stand a greater chance of implementation thanks to Morawiecki's growing in strength, Bank Millennium's chief economist Grzegorz Maliszewski and his Credit Agricole Polska counterpart Jakub Borowski observe.
Entrepreneurs may also get extra protection from the new PM as he would champion their interests, Borowski adds.
Morawiecki's new and numerous duties as PM might, however, prevent him from being in charge of the state's finances and precipitate the appointment of the new finance minister in a move that would generate anxiety on the markets, albeit of short-term nature, Societe Generale's chief economist Jaroslaw Janecki says.
Poland's attractiveness in the eyes of foreign investors would increase as a result of the potential appointment Morawiecki as PM, fostering new business ventures and sending an important signal to the markets as to the government's focus on the economic issues, EY partner Pawel Tynel, American Chamber of Commerce in Poland's head Dorota Dabrowski, "fDi Markets" editor-in-chief Courtney Fingar and Danske Bank's chief economist Jakob Christensen agree in their commentaries for Puls Biznesu. On the other hand, the investment dynamics in Poland may slow down should Morawiecki empty the seat of the development minister, president of Association of Business Service Leaders in Poland (ABSL) Jacek Levernes worries.
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