Locked content V4 leaders sign the Warsaw Declaration on innovation

The leaders of Visegrad Group members – Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Czechia, signed the Warsaw Declaration on innovation in the CEE during the Innovation Summit held in Warsaw. “The declaration opens up a path to innovation, so that the CEE region can be competitive with the most innovative global...

Locked content Tauron to spend PLN 1.8 bln on distribution this year

WSE-listed power utility Tauron plans to spend some PLN 1.8 billion on the distribution segment this year to increase efficiency and security of electricity deliveries, the company said. Back in March, company’s deputy CEO Marek Wadowski said that Taiuron will spend over PLN 4 billion on CAPEX...

Locked content Poland to spend millions on digitizing Smoleńsk plane

The Polish defense ministry plans to develop a system able to digitally scan large planes. The cost of the project is estimated at PLN 3.5 million. The ministry plans to use it, among other things, to digitally recreate the Tu-154 plane, that crashed in Smoleńsk killing President Lech Kaczyński and ...

Locked content Griffin Premium sets IPO price at PLN 5.7 – media

Griffin Premium Real Estate, has set the final price in its initial public offering (IPO) at PLN 5.7 per share, according to market sources quoted by Polish media. The book building process ended on Tuesday in which the maximum possible price was set at PLN 6.5. Griffin Premium RE will sell between ...

Locked content Poland to leave Eurocorps?

Poland will withdraw from the Eurocorps force, RFM FM radio said, citing unnamed EU diplomat. The news was confirmed by the military body spokesman, who said to AFP that Poland will leave Eurocorps by 2020. “It is the decision of the Polish government,” Colonel Vicente Dalmau. However, Poland’...

Locked content Visegrad Group ‘won’t be blackmailed’ over EU migrat...

The leaders of Visegrad Group members – Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Czechia, said that they won’t be blackmailed by threats of blocking the EU funds if they don’t participate in the relocation of thousands of refugees from the Middle East. Claiming that such decision should be a sovere...

Locked content KNF debars Westa Isic trading indefinitely

Poland’s Financial Supervisory Authority (KNF) has debarred trading of Westa Isic shares on the Warsaw Stock Exchange indefinitely, as the company is in compulsory liquidiation. Westa, which did not release any financial statement since Q3 2014, has been suspended on the WSE since May 2015. “L...

Locked content Morizon mulls switching to the WSE main market

Online real estate broker Morizon plans to move to the Warsaw Stock Exchange main market before the summer holidays, company’s CEO Jarosław Święcicki said. The company is currently listed on the small-cap alternative NewConnect market. “We see a huge growth potential and we want to take advantage of...

Locked content Gov’t to support vocational education – Gowin

The government will support dual higher education, which combines theoretical studies with parallel internships throughout the duration of the studies, Education Minister Jarosław Gowin said during a conference at the Sate School of Higher Vocational Education (PWSZ) in Leszno. Gowin stressed that g...