InPost enters Malaysia

Postal services company InPost will install its first parcel lockers in Malaysia, the firm announced on Monday. It has signed cooperation agreements with local courier companies  Skynet and iSIS.

Warsaw Uprising commemorated 70 years on

The 70th anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising will include 70 seconds of silence at 17:00 with sirens and church bells sounded across the city. Today, Warsaw remembers the beginning of its ill-fated uprising against Nazi occupation in 1944. Commemorations will include wreath-laying ceremonies and choi...

Sikorski officially a candidate for top EU diplomat

Prime Minister Donald Tusk has officially named Foreign Affairs Minister Radosław Sikorski as Poland’s candidate for the post of EU high representative for foreign affairs and security policy, according to government sources quoted by the Polish Press Agency.

PMI drops below neutral level

For the first time in 13 months, the Poland Manufacturing PMI signaled a deterioration of business conditions in July. The index, compiled by HSBC and Markit Economics, declined to 49.4 points compared to 50.3 points in June.

KGHM launches production in Chile

Poland’s copper and silver mining giant KGHM has announced the launch of copper production at its Sierra Gorda mine in Chile. The facility is  scheduled to be officially opened in autumn.

Polish exports up by 8% in 2013

Poland exported nearly €155 billion worth of goods in 2013, 8 percent more than in 2012, statistics office GUS reported. Polish exports to the EU constituted 76.3 percent of the total volume, 1.3 percentage point less than in 2012.

Russia bans Polish fruit and vegetables

Russia’s phytosanitary inspection body (Rosselkhoznadzor) has decided to ban import of all Polish fruit and vegetables effective August 1. According to the agency, Polish fruit producers are notoriously breaching phytosanitary norms. The embargo will include apples, cabbage and cauliflower, as...