Locked content Manufacturers accelerate in growing car market

International automobile manufacturers are crowding for pole position in the race for shares of the region’s largest market – Poland. This competition gives Polish buyers a widening choice of domestically produced cars.

Locked content Dunking Doughnuts in Warsaw

With the ink hardly dry on their $1.3 million Dunkin’ Donuts franchise agreement with Allied Domecq PLC, Central European Foods, Inc. (CEF) has signed the lease for their first site in Warsaw.

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Poland is likely to run a trade deficit with countries of the former Soviet Union for many years to come due to large-scale imports of fuels and raw materials, the government’s economic committee (KERM) announced.

Locked content A Fish Story Rings True

For years, Polish fishermen had caught cod for the Danish fish processing company which supplied fish fillets for McDonald’s restaurants in Western Europe.

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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.

Locked content Kinder, gentler vulture capitalists

The most expensive money in the world. That’s the reputation venture capital has to live up to and live down. Venture capitalists put money – and expertise – into some of the riskiest ventures. In return, entrepreneurs must give up a sizable share of their company and management co...

Locked content Capital markets

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.

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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.