Locked content Trump skips Davos as government shutdown continues

US President Donald Trump has decided not to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos on January 22, due to the prolonged shutdown of the US federal government. Trump is currently on his way to the border with Mexico, where he intends to rally support for building a wall on the southern US border. T...

Locked content Poland is the 48th safest travel destination: World Economic Forum

Poland took the 48th spot in the latest ranking of safest tourist destinations compiled by the World Economic Forum. Warsaw moved down, from the 35th place in 2015. The World Economic Forum, who ranks 136 countries by their competitiveness in the tourism sector, placed Finland as the world’s s...

Locked content Morawiecki planning to garner up business in Davos

Poland’s Minister of Development and Finance, Mateusz Morawiecki, in addition to Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski, is attending the Davos Economic Summit this year. On Thursday, he told Polish reporters that he expects discussions to be fruitful for attracting more business investment to...

Poland sending Waszczykowski to Davos

The 47th annual World Economic Summit is underway in Davos, Switzerland this week, and Poland’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, Witold Waszczykowski will take part in the discussions beginning on Wednesday. He will meet with the head of EU foreign minister, Federiką Mogherini, and with NATO Secretary ...

Locked content Poland advances in Global Competitiveness Index

Poland has moved up five positions and ranks 36th in the latest edition of the Global Competitiveness Index (GCI) compiled by the World Economic Forum. Switzerland ranks first in this year’s GCI, followed by Singapore and the United States. In the CEE region, Estonia was ranked highest, in 30th spot...

Poland ranks 48 in competitiveness report

According to the report Poland performs best in the health and primary education section, scoring 6 out of 7 points. The country also gets high notes in the higher education and training and market size categories. Poland’s Achilles heel are innovations and institutions.