In its updated strategy, the Warsaw Stock Exchange wants to focus on reversing negative trends in terms of turnover and on expanding its international position, the bourse’s CEO Paweł Tamborski told business daily Parkiet.
Polish President Bronisław Komorowski told the New York Times in an interview that the United Nations should be reformed an Russia’s veto in the security council should be limited.
Poland’s book publishing market grew by 0.4 percent year-on-year to PLN 2.68 billion in 2013, according to data from Biblioteka Analiz, quoted by Gazeta Wyborcza. In 2011-2012 the sector’s value had declined.
Prime minister-designate Ewa Kopacz presented her government on Friday morning. Changes have been made in the foreign affairs, interior, justice and infrastructure ministries. Apart from that, Defense Minister Tomasz Siemoniak has been named deputy prime minister.
Civic Platform politician Grzegorz Schetyna could replace Radosław Sikorski as foreign affairs minister in the cabinet of Ewa Kopacz, according to information collected by Polish Television. Sikorski would then become speaker of the Sejm.
Most of the members of the Monetary Policy Council (RPP) were in favor of rate cuts in the near future, according to the minutes of the meeting, published by the National Bank of Poland on Thursday.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development has raised its 2014 GDP growth forecast for Poland from 2.8 percent to 3.0 percent.
The Warsaw Stock Exchange plans to decide on a possible merger with the CEE Stock Exchange Group (CEESEG) by the end of September, the bourse’s CEO Paweł Tamborski was quoted as saying by ISBnews.
The energy company registered on the Isle of Man announced that it has transferred its interest in three concessions in Lublewo to ConocoPhillips. “On the basis of the information presently available to it and reviewed with Netherland, Sewell & Associates, the Company does not feel confident tha...
Poland’s industrial output declined by 1.9 percent year-on-year in August, the Central Statistical Office (GUS) said in a data release on Wednesday. In month-on-month terms output fell by 8.5 percent.