Prime Minister Wlodzimierz Cimoszewicz met yesterday with Szczecin Shipyard and Polska Zegluga Morska (PZM), Poland’s largest state-owned shipping line.
Rescue crews found the bodies of two people killed in Tuesday night’s crash of a Anakonda helicopter in northwest Poland.
General Wojciech Jaruzelski, 73, the former communist ruler who declared martial law in Poland in 1981, is seriously ill in hospital with a thigh infection brought on by treatment with steroids, said Warsaw Military Medical Academy clinic spokesman Janusz Bolewski yesterday (Reuters)…
Following yesterday’s Petrochemia Plock price cut, Gdansk Oil Refinery (Rafineria Gdanska S.A.) lowered its fuel prices today by zl. 20 a ton for fuel and by zl. 25 a ton for diesel.
Danish fishing boats that do not stop fishing in Poland’s waters will be removed or arrested by Border Patrols as some Danish boats continue to break limits proposed by the Sea Fishing Institute (MIR) in Gdynia.
International accounting firm Ernst & Young, which employs about 550 people in Poland and operates six regional offices, is scheduled to open its Open Studies Center, offering human resources management courses aimed both at individuals and institutions.
Two fairs, namely the "Third Construction and Interior Decor Fair" in Zielona Gora and the "Tared ’97" education fair in Wroclaw, kicked off yesterday and will last through Saturday.
Eighty-eight firms on the Warsaw Stock Exchange reported net profit of 150 million zl. last month, which is 16% lower than January 1996 figures.
A group of 11 U.S. Congressional advisors are scheduled to arrive in Warsaw today. These advisors, who specialize in the areas of defense, foreign affairs and budgetary issues, will have four days to become acquainted with Poland’s preparation for NATO accession. (Zycie, page 6)…
This year’s Meeting-Premiera fair, featuring office, school and paper products, will take place from Feb. 27 through March 1 in Warsaw.