The Warsaw Stock Exchange will replace by April 18 three stocks in its WIG index which measures the performance of the biggest and the most actively traded companies, Wlodzimierz Magiera, WSE vice-president said.
The overall business climate improved in March as industrial output picked up after a seasonal slow-down, a survey by the Central Statistical Office (GUS) said.
The race to complete Warsaw’s first office park is picking up steam, with construction of the Ochota Office Park already underway and planning approval attained for Wisniowy Business Park.
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French supermarket chain E. Leclerc announced plans last week to open up their first two stores in Warsaw by the fall.The Ursynow supermarket will be located at the intersection of ul. Ciszewskiego and Komisji Edukacji Narodowej on a 4-hectare plot of land owned by the district. The building will co...
Branded as having "capitalist tendencies" by the Polish secret police in late 1970s, Exbud SA President Witold Zaraska apparently hasn’t changed much.
Tiremaker TC Debica SA plans to double its sales in 1995 to about $300 million and sees its net profit rising to between zl. 28 million ($11.7 million) and zl. 40 million ($16.7 million), up from zl. 21.4 million ($9 million) last year.Duties down. Poland lowered its countervailing duties on ham, po...
The Warsaw Stock Exchange set the date of the first listing on the main floor of 1,803,050 shares of the drugmaker Polfa-Kutno for April 3.
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Tiremaker TC Debica SA plans to double its sales in 1995 to about $300 million and sees its net profit rising to between zl. 28 million ($11.7 million) and zl. 40 million ($16.7 million), up from zl. 21.4 million ($9 million) last year.