TFI PZU, a fund managed by Poland’s largest insurer PZU, has acquired health care firm Elvita Jaworzno III from power utility Tauron, the selling company said in a press release on Tuesday. The deal value was not disclosed.
Yusuf Ziya, Turkey’s ambassador in Poland, has offered to help Poland minimize the effects of the embargo, reports Puls Biznesu. Russia does not want Polish goods? Then Turkey can reexport them there, he suggests.
Vladimir Zhirinovsky, member of the Russian Parliament and the leader of the nationalist Liberal-Democratic Party made a statement yesterday warning Poland and the Baltic States about the the threats they face in view on the Russia-Ukraine crisis.
Poland exported goods worth €80.02 billion (PLN 334.7 billion, $110.06 billion) in the first half of 2014, according to data published by the Central Statistical Office (GUS) on Monday. Imports stood at €80.2 billion (PLN 335.46 billion, $110.3 billion).
Tauron power group signed a deal with ArcelorMittal steel conglomerate to create a new entity called JV Tameh Holding. Tauron said in a press release that the new entity will operate power generation assets currently held by both companies.
Innova Phoenix and EMP Investments have announced a tender offer to buy 5,183,311 shares in nuts and raisins distributor Bakalland that make up 26.40 percent of all the company’s shares. The group calling on the shares wants to acquire 100 percent in the company’s and withdraw it from th...
Poland’s biggest privately-owned postal operator InPost is taking over number two in the sector, Polska Grupa Pocztowa (PGP), InPost CEO Rafał Brzoska told Dziennik Gazeta Prawna.
The Polish unit of Greenpeace has filed a complaint to the regional administrative court in Warsaw regarding the National Nuclear Energy Program, the organization said on Friday.
Three bidders have made it to the second stage of a tender organized by state railway holding PKP for a partner in the development of the Wrocław Świebodzki railway station and surrounding area, PKP said in a recent press release.
Poland’s largest mining group Kompania Węglowa (KW), which is experiencing financial difficulties, said on Thursday that it has prepared the framework of its 2014-2020 restructuring plan. The main goals are to rebuild own capital by 2016 and to increase efficiency in 2017-2020.