Polska Grupa Zbrojeniowa (PGZ) joined the program for the construction of an innovative multi-task turboprop new generation ILX-34 – the armaments company said. According to PGZ, this is the first step towards the revitalization of the domestic aviation industry.
Polish and Danish gas operators signed an agreement on Thursday in Copenhagen with EU agency for innovation and grids for the co-financing of the Baltic Pipe gas pipeline. The maximum amount of EU financing available is €33.1 million, Gaz-System informed.
As many as 71 percent of e-commerce companies have no anti-fraud tech solutions, while only 35 percent have implemented procedures preventing chargeback frauds, a recent report prepared by advisory EY and Nethone stated.
The Ministry of Finance will offer on Thursday, May 24, wholesale bonds of five series with maturity in the 2020-2028 with a nominal value of PLN 3 billion, the ministry provided.
A subsidiary of CCC, NG2 Suisse, has signed a conditional purchase agreement for 70 percent of shares in the Swiss company Karl Voegele for CHF 10 million, CCC has announced in a press release.
PKP Cargo has concluded two contracts for the transportation of steam coal to Połaniec Power Plant with a total value of approx. PLN 222.8 million, the company announced in a press release.
EY consulting company is to opens EY Global Delivery Services (EY GDS) offices in two new locations – Warsaw and Wrocław, the company said. In both locations, by the end of 2018, EY will employ 300 people.
Five innovative companies, including two from Poland, found themselves in the Startup Contest finals, a competition for startups organized as part of the infoShare conference in Gdańsk. The main prize is EUR 20,000.
Poland took 24th place out of 28 member states in the European Union’s digital economy and digital society ranking published by the European Commission. The digital divide between leaders and those lagging behind is closing very slowly.
Over the first four months of the Cashless Poland Program 25,000 payment terminals were installed in 4,000 towns across the country, the Cashless Poland Foundation (FPB) informed. Nearly a third (32.2 percent) of businesses which installed terminals were non-food stores (footwear, clothes, electroni...