Locked content Business Notes

The shipyard Stocznia Gdynia SA has signed $400 million worth of contracts with a German shipowner to build 10 container ships of standard capacity.

Locked content Government and Macro Notes

Polish firms reported a significant increase in output and exports in March after a winter slow-down in activity, a survey by the Planning Ministry (CUP) showed.

Locked content Banking Notes

Shareholders in American Bank in Poland SA (Amerbank) approved a plan to issue between 600,000 and 1.5 million new shares ex-rights. The issue’s price and exact timing have not been determined yet. The issue has yet to be approved by the Polish Securities Commission.

Locked content Come gather ye bankers

There is a scenario playing over and over in the minds of Czech politicians. It takes place in the first week of October in the year 2000. The new millennium has arrived, and the Czech government is hosting finance ministers and central bank governors from more than 150 countries. Accompanying this ...

Locked content Capital Markets Notes

Garment maker Delia SA, a subsidiary of Mostostal Export, plans an initial public offering of 300,000 shares early in 1997 and a listing on the WSE’s parallel market. The company, based in ZamoćŤ, southeastern Poland, wants to use the proceeds from the issue to modernize its machinery and expa...

Locked content Reuters Week

The Foreign Trade Ministry shortlisted five consortia bidding to become privatization adviser in the sale of chemicals giant Ciech.

Locked content Government and Macro Notes

Polish firms reported a significant increase in output and exports in March after a winter slow-down in activity, a survey by the Planning Ministry (CUP) showed.

Locked content Capital Markets Notes

Garment maker Delia SA, a subsidiary of Mostostal Export, plans an initial public offering of 300,000 shares early in 1997 and a listing on the WSE’s parallel market.

Locked content WBJ Who’s News

Artur Cakala is a new associate banker with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD).