Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz has requested that the head of the Financial Supervision Authority conduct stress tests of Polish banks against the sudden strengthening of the Swiss frank, the president of the Economic Council Jan Krzysztof Bielecki said in a statement.
Poland’s second-largest oil firm Grupa Lotos recorded a net loss of PLN 35 million in the third quarter of 2014, the companz said in its financial report. Analysts surveyed by the Polish Press Agency had expected the result to be a net profit of PLN 75 million.
With the participation of Reuwen Riwlin, the president of Israel, the Museum of History of Polish Jews in Warsaw officially opened its core exhibition on Tuesday.
PGNiG Upstream International, a subsidiary of Poland’s natural gas giant PGNiG, has acquired stakes in four oil and gas licenses on the Norwegian Continental Shelf for NOK 1.95 billion (PLN 996 million), the company said in a statement on Monday.
It turns out that EU countries that are calling for the most stringent climate laws, are not much better than Poland when it comes to reduction of CO2 emissions. Poland must reduce emissions by five percent to reach 2020 goals. This places Poland in 17th place. France, for example, needs to reduce e...
A CBOS poll measured public opinion regarding the new Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz. It turns out that 44 percent of the population is happy with Ewa Kopacz in the new role, 29 percent is unhappy and 27 percent has no opinion on the matter, reported Polish Radio.
Poland’s largest chemical company Grupa Azoty is looking for as many as 10 acquisitions, the firm’s CEO Paweł Jarczewski told the Financial Times.
Greek Zacharias Piperidis has been named acting CEO of the T-Mobile Polska telecom replacing Miroslav Rakowski.
Poland has lodged an appeal to the European Court of Human Rights in the CIA prisons case, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement on Friday.
Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz has expressed satisfaction about the compromise achieved at the EU climate summit, which took place in Brussels on Thursday and Friday. The key source of satisfaction was that Poland has managed to retain its quota of free CO2 emission allowances until 2030.