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Three bids in the military helicopter tender

In two tenders run by the Poland’s defense ministry for the special forces and navy helicopters, three companies submitted their bids. Airbus and Leonardo (formerly AgustaWestland) filed their offers in both tenders, while Lockheed Martin will run only in the special forces tender.
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90% of firms in Poland experienced employee exodus – report

Nine out of ten HR managers and board members confirmed they have experienced uncontrolled employee exits in their company. As many as 77 percent of HR managers and 73 percent of management board members consider employee retention their top priority for the next 24 months, according to a report pre...
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PZU sacks CEO

Poland’s biggest insurer PZU sacked its CEO Michał Krupiński, the company said in a market filing. The decision is effective immediately, while no reason for the decision was announced.
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NIK: 80% of forex traders lost money

As many as 80 percent of Forex traders have lost their money, Poland’s Supreme Audit Office (NIK) said. Between 2012-2016, clients of Polish FX trading companies have lost PLN 2.1 billion combined.
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World Bank praises Poland’s economic growth

According to the report on Poland, published by the World Bank, Polish economy has accomplished great things over the last twenty-something years. World Bank praised Poland for continuous growth since the fall of communism, averaging 4 percent average GDP growth per annum and moving from middle to h...
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Poland promises to fight idea of multi-speed Europe at EU summit

According to the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) leader Jarosław Kaczyński, Poland will “put up the fight” to stop the idea of multi-speed Europe. “We cannot accept any announcements of a two-speed Europe. This would mean either pushing us out of the European Union or downgrading us to an inferior cate...
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Tusk: I will present Brexit guidelines within 48 hours

After British PM Theresa May announced that she will trigger Article 50 on March 29, which will start the two-year long process of the UK leaving the European Union. European Council President Donald Tusk said that he will present necessary guidelines within the next two following days. “Within 48 h...