Apostille and Polish Inflation

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EUWorkers is a stamp (or sticker) placed on official documents to verify their authenticity. It is issued by the government of the country where the document was made. Countries that are signatories to the Hague Convention of 5 October 1961 need to apostille all documents that are to be used in another country. This includes birth, death and marriage certificates, notarial deeds, court documents and sworn translations.

Several European countries have already cut their interest rates to try and keep inflation under control. But Poland’s decision to reduce the discount rate to -1 percent is an extraordinary move, raising concerns about how it will impact the economy.

Budgeting for Interim Services: Cost Considerations in Poland

Polish consumers have long complained of high prices, but many now seem convinced that the central bank has taken steps to lower them. Consumer price indexes fell in December and the producer price index fell by 6.4% year-on-year – the lowest level since 2022.

Inflation has declined, but the government’s economic policies have not worked and it has become difficult to attract international investment. The budget deficit has widened and the currency has fallen sharply against the euro.

In addition to the cheaper cost of living, Polish people also save money by going to America and the UK for work, earning US dollars or pounds and then buying a house in Poland with the cash. This way they can enjoy the benefits of globalization without suffering the higher costs of living in the USA or Britain.