Number of ATMs keeps declining – NBP

The number of ATM machines keeps decreasing: as of end-December 2017 there were 23,230 ATMs in Poland, after having declined by 96 over the fourth quarter, the National Bank of Poland stated. Over the course of nine months (March 2017-December 2017), the number dropped by 521. In Q4 2017 the number ...

Poland likely to remain top EU funds beneficiary – Kwieciński

“Poland will likely remain the largest beneficiary of EU funds in the 2021-2027 perspective, due to the country’s size and the fact that the country will strongly benefit from its two largest budget positions: the cohesion and agricultural policies, Investment and Development Minister Jerzy Kwiecińs...

PORR with best offer for new express road

PORR SA’s offer for the design and construction of the S6 expressway section between Bożeczyn Wielki and Luzin has been selected in a tender by GDDKiA. PORR will undertake the construction of approx. 10 km of road for almost PLN 338 million. The company has set a schedule of 31 months for comp...

Use of payment cards in Poland on the rise

The number of payment cards in Poland at the end of the fourth quarter of last year increased to 39.1 million – about 582,600 more than at the end of the third quarter of 2017, according to data from the National Bank of Poland.

EU and Iceland liberalize trade in food products

Three EU-Iceland economic agreements, signed in September 2015, entered into force on Tuesday. They provide the Union with greater access to the Icelandic market for agricultural and food products and the protection of EU regional products in the country.

Media reports: no major cuts for Poland in EU budget

According to information acquired by radio stations RMF FM and Polskie Radio, the EU budget for 2021-2027 will be more beneficial for Poland than previously reported. The future budget will be presented by the European Commission on May 2.