WBJ Observer talks with Paweł Jarczewski, CEO of Gupa Azoty, Europe’s second biggest fertilizer producer, about the company’s global reach and Polish industry
From mid-2014, specifically from June 19, when a barrel of oil was worth $116, oil prices have been systematically decreasing. Cheap oil is not only good news for Poland and its citizens. It also constitutes a warning light for the budget
By definition, an alternative investment is an investment in assets other than stocks, bonds and cash, making it a rather vast category. Nowadays, you can invest in virtually anything from gold bars and foreign currency to stamps and famous actors’ autographs. What was once considered a hobby, can n...
By Beata Socha, Managing Editor, WBJ Observer
By Maciej Kocięcki, Director of M2M and Partnership Development at Orange Polska
As recently as ten years ago, the euro zone was the icing on the cake for Polish EU integration. Today, after a long-lasting economic crisis and turmoil involving the common currency, the European pie has ceased to be sweet enough for Poland
As the number of Poles who can afford luxury apartments increases, Sotheby’s International Realty has decided to enter the market. Are Poles interested in upmarket properties?
The proponents of Building Information Modeling claim a revolution is coming to the Polish construction industry
interview by Beata Socha
Zbigniew Prokopowicz, president of the board, Polenergia interview by Kamila Wajszczuk