Despite growing competition, the Poznan International Fairgrounds should continue its reign as Poland’s exhibition "host with the most" Ą the most space in Poland for trade fairs, the most exhibitors and the most attendees. (Please see List on p. 14.)
There’s lots of ferment on what to do about the failing Gdansk shipyard, despite the adamant no-bailout statement from Finance Minister Grzegorz Kolodko. The Privatization Ministry is talking up the idea of consolidating the super-healthy Szczecin shipyard with the Gdansk one, which most outsi...
Strict regulation of the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) appears to be both its greatest asset and biggest liability.
Centrum, Śródmieście DistrictSuperman will soon have an easier time making an appearance on Trakt Kr-lewski, the "Royal Route" extending from ul. Nowy Świat to the Old Town.
From the start of the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) in 1991 until his departure in 1994, Leslaw Paga was the enforcer, the head of Poland’s Securities Commission.
Bankomat 24 plans to increase the number of its automated teller machines (ATMs) in Warsaw from two to between 10 to 20 by June thanks to a recent $9 million cash infusion from two venture capital funds.
Spring job fairs kick off students’, firms’ employment search
Exports, the high-octane fuel priming Poland’s economic engine, may suffer this year as Europe, and in particular Germany, teeters on the brink of recession, analysts have warned.
Krzysztof Görlich has been Krak-w’s deputy mayor since 1994 and is responsible for economic development and attracting investment to the city.
The Polish unit of HSBC investment sees no immediate reason to allow the government to sell its holding in Bank Gdanski. Following the privatization of Gdanski last year, the state still holds a 39% stake in it, part of which is sought by another listed bank, Bank Inicjatyw Gospodarczych (BIG).