Locked content Capital markets

Shareholders of the furniture maker Swarzedzkie Fabryki Mebli SA (Swarzedz) approved putting the firm’s entire 1995 zl. 1.2 million ($461,538) net profit into reserves. No dividend was possible because the firm needed to modernize its production plant and add new technology.

Locked content Western retailers shop beyond Warsaw for space

Book and music seller Empik plans to spend $6 million this year to expand its retail empire. Though Empik has a strong presence in Warsaw with five stores, the firm is not planning to open any more stores here this year. Instead, Empik is looking to other cities which offer an abundance of good loca...

Locked content Espebepe looks to restructure amid bankruptcy fears

Fears grew last week that construction company Espebepe could be the first publicly listed company to go bankrupt amid worries surrounding the company’s current financial status. The fears heightened when two of the company’s board members resigned last week.

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A new Polish-U.S. mutual fund, Przymierze Towarzystwo Funduszy Powierniczych SA plans to become fully competitive in the Polish market within a year after starting to sell units.

Locked content Capital Markets

A new Polish-U.S. mutual fund, Przymierze Towarzystwo Funduszy Powierniczych SA plans to become fully competitive in the Polish market within a year after starting to sell units.

Locked content Banking Notes

Allied Irish Banks said it would be "positively disposed" toward further increasing its stake in Wielkopolski Bank Kredytowy.