Poland’s economy has impressed over the past seven years, especially when held up against its slow-moving EU neighbours. But with a shock result in the May presidential election that saw PiS candidate Andrzej Duda win, and a general election due in October, the domestic and international financial communities are reluctantly having to get used to political uncertainty in Poland. Philip Moore reports.
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