Locked content Prosecutors investigate another Wprost publication

Warsaw prosecutors have launched an initial investigation with regards to a new publication in weekly Wprost. The procedure is designed to determine whether a crime has been committed. On Monday, Wprost wrote that it has 47 pages of classified materials on Poland’s military intelligence (WSI), which...

Locked content USA could say ‘yes’ to Polish fruits – experts

Polish and American experts agree that there is still place for Polish fruits and vegetables on American tables. However, they underline that we should not expect exports to increase day by day. Polish fruits and vegetables suffering the most from the Russian embargo, including Polish apples, will b...

Locked content More than 2.5 mln Poles chose private pension funds

The number of Poles who have decided to divide their pension contributions between the Social Insurance Institution (ZUS) and private pension funds (OFEs) totals 2.56 million, ZUS said on Monday, summing up more than two weeks of counting. Following a pension system reform, Poles were entitled to a ...

Locked content Goodman to double storage area in Poland

Goodman, a major logistics property developer, plans to build another 282 thousand sqm of warehousing space in Poland, in addition to the existing 271,000 sqm. Goodman’s new lease agreements include 300 thousand sqm of logistics space. The most lucrative agreement was entered into with Amazon. The d...

Locked content Budget deficit at PLN 26.35 bln

Poland’s budget deficit amounted to PLN 26.35 billion as of the end of July, according to data from the Ministry of Finance quoted by ISBnews. It stood for 55.5 percent of the annual plan. After June, the budget deficit had been at PLN 25.3 billion or 53.3 percent of the full-year plan. In January-J...

Locked content Ukrainian refugees to shelter in Poland

The number of Ukrainians who want to shelter in Poland is growing. In Ukraine itself there are 140 thousand displace people. They migrate to other, safe Ukrainian areas, from the ones under constant warfare. 15 thousand come from Crimea and 125 thousand from the eastern parts of Ukraine, Anna Roztoc...
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European Commision announces aid to farmers

The European Commission wants to spend €125 million on helping fruit and vegetable producers that experience losses due to Russian embargo. The funds are going to be used on withdrawing a part of the crop from the market to secure the stability of the prices, the EC said on Monday.

Locked content Przewozy Regionalne expects profit in 2015

Passenger railway group Przewozy Regionalne expects to generate a net profit in 2015, the company’s CFO Wojciech Kroskowski told BiznesAlert.pl. In 2014 the company should record a loss of PLN 30 million compared to PLN 54 million in the red last year. Kroskowski stressed that even the loss recorded...