Locked content Petrol prices lowest in Wielkopolska, Silesia

A report from Onet on Wednesday listed voivodships in western and southern parts of the country as among the least expensive places to buy fuel for automobiles. Although fuel prices across Poland have gone down thus far in November, the report noted that it was cheapest in Silesia, averaging PLN 4.4...

Locked content Lotos changes its CEO

The supervisory board of Grupa Lotos, one of Poland’s largest energy producers, replaced its CEO on Wednesday, according to a report in Gazeta Prawna. The current president, Robert Pietryszyn, will be replaced by Marcin Jastrzębski, who was the previous vice-president, operations. Lotos, established...

Locked content PKP hopes to operate Pendolino in neighbouring countries

According to the president of Polish Railways, Marek Kraniuk, Poland could soon be ready to provide passenger rail service on its Pendolino trains to cities in Germany, Czechia and Austria, but obtaining approval in these markets will be necessary. “If the planned liberalization of the rail market e...

Locked content Polish military to buy more drones

Poland’s defense minister, Antoni Macierewicz, said on Tuesday that the country would purchase several drones in order to “defend ourselves against every threat.” He was speaking at a display on drone technology hosted by the Military Institute of Armaments Technology, near Warsaw. He did not specif...

The EU Commission lowers its growth forecast for Poland

A report by the European Union Commission on Wednesday stated that it expects Poland’s GDP to grow by 3.4 percent in 2017, which was a slightly lower forecast than the 3.6 percent it had predicted earlier this year. It pointed to the tax changes implemented by the new administration in Warsaw as a p...

Ochnik launches two residential projects in Warsaw

Developer Ochnik Development has launched construction work on its Studio Centrum and Dzielna 64 residential projects in Warsaw, which are scheduled for completion in the first and the final quarter of 2018 respectively. Builder Unibep is acting as the general contractor for both schemes.

Record lease deal signed in Tri-City

Processors producer Intel Technology Poland has leased almost 10,000 sqm of office space in the Tryton Business House building in Gdańsk, which was developed by Echo Investment and is currently nearly 80 percent commercialized.

Locked content GDDKiA: new traffic management system coming to Poland’s roads

The General Directorate for National Roads and Motorways (GDDKiA) has announced that it will implement a new method for sharing data on traffic flow across Poland, beginning in 2017, according to a report on Wednesday on Gazeta Prawna’s website. The aim of the new system, the report said, is to allo...

Locked content University of Rzeszów to invest in major upgrades

The University of Rzeszów will spend about PLN 4.5 million on the thermal modernization of its buildings, said a report on Thursday on the news site Onet. The money is part of a PLN 2.1 billion aid package to Podkarpacie granted by the European Regional Development and Social Funds. In this case, th...

Locked content CD Projekt to announce new games

One of Poland’s most successful computer-game developers has announced that it plans to increase its investment in new game development, according to a report in the Polish press on Wednesday. The report also revealed that the company has spent PLN 41 million thus far in 2016 on developing new games...