Poland is expecting an attractive French offer to construct a nuclear power plant in Poland, Janusz Piechociński, the Minister of Economy, announced during the Polish-French economic forum in Warsaw. Head of the French government, Manuel Valls said that the offer will be submitted.
Seasonally adjusted industrial production in Poland grew by 4.4 percent year-on-year in January, according to data published by the EU’s statistics office Eurostat on Thursday.
Elemental Holding capital group is starting the trading of 2,600 series D bonds and 2.400 series E bonds on March 13 on the Catalyst alternative trading system, the company announced.
The total outstanding arrears in taxes (PIT, VAT and CIT) stood at PLN 29 billion in 2013 and in the last year it grew by an additional PLN 9 billion reaching PLN 38 billion, which is more than the budget deficit, according to Polish daily Puls Biznesu.
Poland manufactured 61,587 passenger cars and delivery vans in January, which translates into an increase in production of 14 percent month-on-month and of 22.7 percent year-on-year, the Automotive Market Research Institute IBRM SAMAR informed.
PKP Intercity has earmarked PLN 130 million for modernization and repair works of its rolling stock in 2015, the company announced. PKP Intercity is undertaking an investment project worth PLN 5.5 billion.
The assets of Polish investment funds (TFIs) rose by 1.2 percent month-on-month to PLN 215.9 billion in February, according to Analizy Online.
The registered unemployment rate amounted to 12 percent at the end of February, no change compared with January, announced the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy based on data from job centers. The unemployment rate at the end of February 2014 stood at 13.9 percent.
Poland’s GDP growth pace in years 2015-2017 will stand at 3.5 percent on average. The unemployment rate will decline to 8.2 percent this year and to 7.9 percent in 2016, a recent National Bank of Poland (NBP) report indicated.
A Warsaw district court has dismissed a class action lawsuit against Getin Noble Bank filed by more than 90 franc borrowers, who argued that they hadn’t been informed properly of the details of loan indexation.