Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has signed a resolution regarding the Accessibility+ program marking the beginning of its intensive implementation, the Ministry of Investment and Development (MIR) announced
Poland ranks 9th in terms of global honey production. The country is 8th among global honey importers and at the same time 13th place in the list of exporters of the product. This is according to BGŻ BNP Paribas analysis.
British Automotive Holding (BAH) sold 353 cars in July 2018, which represents an increase of 67 percent y/y, the company announced.
The estimated value of consolidated revenues from sales of goods made by Grupa Redan in July 2018 amounted to approx. PLN 49 million and was 2 percent lower than in the same period of the previous year.
Orange Polska has signed a contract with cable TV operator Inea regarding the use of its fiber-optic network to provide the internet to 40,000 (ultimately 150,000) households, the company said. Orange plans to launch its services on the network of the Poznań operator in the coming weeks.
According to ManpowerGroup’s report “Talent shortage,” about 52 percent of Polish companies have difficulty finding employees. Only two years ago the figure stood at 36 percent.
Over a half (59 percent) of Ukrainians working in Poland would leave for Germany, once the migration policy of Poland’s western neighbor changed to offer conditions similar to those in Poland, a study conducted by Work Service revealed. “The fact that Ukraine’s citizens are coming to the Polish job ...
Poland will likely achieve its 2020 greenhouse gas emissions and energy efficiency targets, but may fall short of its target of supplying at least 15 percent of its final energy consumption from renewable sources, Moody’s stated in a report.
Nearly a third of companies (31 percent) plan to use the R&D tax breaks in 2018, while 64 percent intend to increased R&D spending within the next three years, according to a report published by consultancy KPMG. Out of the companies that plan to increase investments, 49 percent are going to...
Greenfield projects carried out as Foreign Direct Investments in Poland in 2017 created the highest number of workplaces in Europe, growing by 53 percent compared to 2016, according to “fDi Intelligence: Global greenfield investment trends” report. “Over 99,000 jobs makes Poland an unquestionable le...