Automotive group Sobieslaw Zasada Centrum SA signed a DM 7.9 million ($5.4 million) deal with the PKS Auto-transport SA carrier to deliver 50 trucks by March.
Cities find ways to add quality to mass transport.
Poland sold 457,000 participation certificates last week, bringing the total amount of certificates sold since November 1995 to 6.1 million certificates.
Rumors of the death of privatization have been greatly exaggerated – at least so far.
In the middle of winter, Cricoland is expanding its amusement park empire.
The Feb. 1 sale of the Poznan tobacco plant to Reemtsma capped a week that saw Poland’s Privatization Ministry finalize sales of its two largest tobacco producers.
The government cleared an air transport agreement with seven countries last week that will enable them to open regular air-links with them and Warsaw. The seven countries were South Africa, Slovenia, The Philippines, Slovakia, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates and Jordan.
The Communications Minister awarded the Global Systems Mobile (GSM) digital telephone operator licenses to Polska Telefonia Cyfrowa SA (PTC) and Polkomtel SA last week.
Brian Patterson, 34, has left his position of three years as president of the Warsaw Distribution Center.
Banks taking part in a government-backed student loan program haven’t been able to grab as many future customers as they thought the scheme would bring through their doors.