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Source: World Development Indicators | The World Bank

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Country or AreaYearValue 
Poland20192.02269327302119 
Poland20182.055271327502562
Poland20171.895427267892352
Poland20161.940936386418442
Poland20152.138456684375532
Poland20141.8968640398042
Poland20131.769393956768532
Poland20121.796093714040232
Poland20111.788011927312832
Poland20101.833877857715162
Poland20091.79717652134372
Poland20081.751461235750182
Poland20072.001869308397992
Poland20061.920044792414452
Poland20051.926129869920082
Poland20041.87324100649262
Poland20031.908042036575132
Poland20021.900638649325142
Poland20011.905638001217992
Poland20001.830336585313612
Poland19991.901135771223862
Poland19982.019081314423982
Poland19972.031306696574972
Poland19961.967919400808642
Poland19951.955507054699872
Poland19942.273232103350542
Poland19932.469187315444862
Poland19922.230999443207132
Poland19912.251650225202112
Poland19902.612485743506272
Poland19891.817121510492822
Poland19882.592055081170472
Poland19872.762691853600942
Poland19862.941403535860422
Poland19853.015797032072762
Poland19843.055037313432842
Poland19832.902946273830162
Poland19823.245582401730982
Poland19812.913185615691972
Poland19802.652329749103942

Footnotes

2 - The figures for Poland exclude some defence spending in other ministries, and additional domestic defence spending such as the Armed Forces Modernization Fund (AFMF) and some additional Defence R&D. Between 2004 and 2016 these additional sums varied between about 240 million and 640 million Zlotys. No AFMF for 2017.
Source

World Development Indicators

Source:  The World Bank

The World Development Indicators (WDI) is the statistical benchmark that helps measure the progress of development.

The WDI provides a comprehensive overview of development drawing on data from the World Bank and more than 30 partners.

The World Development Indicators (WDI) publication is the World Bank's premier annual compilation of data about development. The complete WDI database includes more than 1,200 indicators.
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