Poland's GDP grew by 6.1% in 2006, up from earlier estimates of 5.8%, the Polish Central Statistical Office (GUS) said on Monday.
According to GUS, the new estimates are based not only on their methodological revision but also on more comprehensive data, including finances of enterprises, state budget and data of local government and foreign trade. Meanwhile, the Polish Economy Ministry said on Monday that GDP could grow by nearly 7% in the Q1 of this year, the Polish PAP news agency reported. The economy is growing fast and positive trends are likely to stay in the coming quarters, the ministry said. (english.people.com.cn)