Poland - Disposable income grew 6% in 2018 - June 1, 2019

The average monthly disposable income per household member last year was 394 euro, according to the Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology. Over the past four years, disposable income of households for consumption and saving has increased by 22% per person. The improvements were the result of a strong economy and growing social transfers. State benefits for families and children account for 2.7% of GDP.

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