Locked content Orange welcomes deregulation decision

Orange Polska, the country’s largest telecommunications firm, has said that it welcomes the European Commission’s approval  of local watchdog UKE’s plans to deregulate local broadband markets in 76 Polish municipalities. The changes planned by UKE are crucial to the Polish market, the company ...

Locked content BZ WBK to rebrand as Santander

BZ WBK is to rebrand itself as Santander in line with the name of its main investor from Spain. “Santander’s brand recognition is constantly growing in Poland. … in other markets it is known as Santander,” said BZ WBK president Mateusz Morawiecki in a release published by PAP...

Locked content Turnover on the WSE drops by 0.7% in July

The Warsaw Stock Exchange had a PLN 18.7 billion equity turnover in July, down by 0.7 percent year-on-year. In the first seven months of 2014, total equity turnover amounted to PLN 136 billion, a 9.7 drop y/y. The average daily session turnover amounted to PLN 654.9 million in July and PLN 836 milli...

Locked content Polish ladies take out more loans

Polish women aged 47-65 take out more loans then their male counterparts, as reported by IAR. In this age group, 28 percent of women and 27 percent of men took out credit. Younger males (aged 32-46) seem to take out more loans than women. On the other hand, mortgage loans are taken out by more…...

Locked content KGHM spent $4 bln on Sierra Gorda mine

WSE-listed copper and silver giant KGHM has spent $4.156 billion on the launch of its Sierra Gorda mine in Chile, company’s CEO Hebert With said. KGHM initially earmarked $2.9 billion for the project. Sierra Gorda’s annual output should reach 120,000 metric tons of copper, 50 million pounds of molyb...

Locked content Polish automotive production up by 4.9% in H1 2014

The value of sold production in Polish automotive sector rose by 4.9 percent in H1 2014 and was worth PLN 58 billion, according to the Polish Automotive Industry Association and consultancy KPMG report. If you take into account higher production costs, the increase would amount to 6.3 percent. In th...

Locked content Retail investment volume at €369.5 mln in H1 2014

Retail transaction volume in Poland in the first six months of 2014 stood at €369.5 million, 49 percent more than in the corresponding period of 2013, advisory Cushman & Wakefield wrote in a report. Maintaining the high investment activity in the second half of the year will depend mostly on th...

Locked content Netia to concentrate on separate segments

Poland’s second largest telecommunications firm Netia will continue work on separating its B2B and B2C segments, the company’s CEO Adam Sawicki told Parkiet. There are however no plans to sell either of the divisions.drop “We would like our investors to see even more clearly that each of the s...
Outlet Center Białystok
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Locked content Outlet Center Białystok with valid building permit

Developer group ADV Por Property Investment has obtained a valid building permit for Outlet Center in Białystok, north-eastern Poland, CBRE, responsible for the scheme’s commercialization, said in a statement. Construction is set to commence by the end of August 2014. According to earlier announceme...