Locked content Capital markets

The treasury will offer a 26.1% stake in Gorazdze SA cement plant to the public for a minimum price of zl. 20 ($8.3) per share.

Locked content Quality checks need reality check

Major problems with the Polish government’s safety certification requirements remain unresolved after a three-hour meeting last week between government officials and leaders of U.S. companies operating here. The certification program is scheduled to take effect Monday, May 1, although the thre...

Locked content We spent our entire budget, honest!

"We spent our entire budget" is one of the best put-offs a prospect can give you. But take heart, it’s only a real objection about half the time. Sometimes you can find another budget category, sometimes you can get a bigger boss to make a variation or exception, and sometimes the pr...

Locked content Floating the zoty gaining momentum

Once the National Bank of Poland and the Finance Ministry agree on a modified float of the zloty, exchange rates will become more flexible and the need will subside for what had become frequent adjustments by the central bank.

Locked content Universal tries to make sense of itself

Universal SA has been hoping to raise zl. 33 million ($13.75 million) to fund restructuring and complete several new projects with the issue of 2.6 million new shares. But the recent surge on the Warsaw Stock Exchange, so far, is not fueling hopes in the company’s third public offering in...

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 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.

Locked content Business notes

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.