Locked content Poland threatens not to sign the Rome declaration

Poland won’t adopt the Rome declaration if it won’t address certain issues. “If the declaration does not include the issues which are priorities for Poland, we will not accept the declaration,” Polish PM Beata Szydło said in an interview with TVN24. “The unity of the EU, defense of a tight NAT...

Locked content Polish citizen injured in London attack leaves hospital

According to Poland’s foreign ministry, the only Pole injured in the London attack on Wednesday has left the hospital. Pole was among a number of multinational wounded in the failed attack attempt on the British parliament that killed three plus the perpetrator. “We confirm a Polish citizen wa...

Locked content KNF asks Alior to retain full profit

Poland’s financial market regulator KNF asked WSE-listed lender Alior to retain its entire profit from last year to boost its capital base. In 2016, Alior had PLN 618 million net profit. Earlier this year, KNF asked several Polish banks, including PKO BP, ING Bank Śląski and BZ WBK to do same....

Locked content PGNiG buys stake in Norwegian deposit

WSE-listed gas producer PGNiG purchased a 35 percent stake in the Storklakken deposit on the Norwegian continental shelf from Aker BP, PGNiG said in a market filing, without specifying the price. Aker will retain the remaining 65 percent shares. PGNiG share in the PL460 concession on the North Sea i...

90% of firms in Poland experienced employee exodus – report

Nine out of ten HR managers and board members confirmed they have experienced uncontrolled employee exits in their company. As many as 77 percent of HR managers and 73 percent of management board members consider employee retention their top priority for the next 24 months, according to a report pre...

GUS: unemployment falls in February

Poland’s unemployment rate stood at 8.5 percent at the end of February, the Central Statistical Office (GUS) informed, representing a 0.1 percent m/m and 1.7 y/y drop.