Poland yearly GDP report for the second quarter of this year, witnessed a faster than expected expansion in the country, where the economy managed to expand by 3.5 percent, compared with the previous 3.0 percent and the expected 3.2 percent.

Weak polish currency (Zloty) spurred demand for polish goods, accordingly, supporting the country's exports. Poland is the only European Union member to succeed in surpassing the credit crunch without falling a victim of a recession as demand picked up on Polish goods from Europe's largest economy; Germany that witnessed an expansion of 2.2 percent, the fastest in nearly 20 years.

The European Union expects that Poland's economy will expand this year by 2.7 percent, compared with the entire EU growth rate of 1.0 percent.