Locked content Skanska goes south with Atrium project

Skanska looks set to develop the site on Al. Jana Pawla II, adjacent to the Atrium Center. At a press conference last week, Anders Falkenius of Skanska unveiled the design for the 70,000-square-meter, multiple-use "Atrium South" center. Skanska was chosen for the project by the Wola Distri...

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Clothing company Prochnik SA plans to strengthen its sales and marketing activities and relocate production facilities to cut costs and boost efficiency.

Locked content Privatization Notes

The Industry Ministry said last week that the majority of the country’s energy sector should be partly privatized by the year 2005.

Locked content Business Notes

Clothing company Prochnik SA plans to strengthen its sales and marketing activities and relocate production facilities to cut costs and boost efficiency. Prochnik is embarking on a three-year restructuring plan under which the company will separate its manufacturing operations from other activities....

Locked content Capital Markets

The construction and trading company Mostostal Export has launched an American Depository Receipts (ADR) program, arranged by Nomura International Trust Company.

Locked content God save the celebration

Will the queen of England be able to get Lech Walesa and Aleksander Kwasniewski within speaking distance of each other? It doesn’t seem likely.

Locked content Computerized sales pitches for the 21st century

I have seen the future of sales presentations.Bill Whitley, an international expert on computer presentations, and his creative genius associate Arny Pickholtz, of the U.S.-based Whitley Group, sat down in my living room, plugged in their laptop computer and portable overhead projector – total...

Locked content Business Notes

Clothing company Prochnik SA plans to strengthen its sales and marketing activities and relocate production facilities to cut costs and boost efficiency.

Locked content Privatization Notes

The Industry Ministry said last week that the majority of the country’s energy sector should be partly privatized by the year 2005. Under the ministry’s restructuring plan, the power complex in the central town of Konin will be the first to enter privatization.