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Economists on PM's speech
December 15, 2017   
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Poland's new PM Mateusz Morawiecki received some thumbs-up from economists for the business, investment and savings-related threads in his inaugural policy speech, though he was also criticized for offering no specific solutions, the daily Rzeczpospolita writes citing scholar Witold Orlowski and chief economist of employers' lobby BCC Stanislaw Gomulka.
Morawiecki failed to mention issues related to euro adoption and the country's strife with the EU over the rule of law, chief economist of employers' lobby Konfederacja Lewiatan Malgorzata Starczewska-Krzysztoszek comments for the daily.
The new PM neglected the labor shortage problem, she adds. Morawiecki did not address the issue of the proposed OFE pension funds liquidation, a circumstance suggesting that the OFE fate is not a foregone conclusion, according to ING BSK economist Karol Pogorzelski.
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