Deloitte: Poland enters the phase of economic expansion

The divergence of economic moods in Poland...

Two Years On: War in Ukraine and Its Global Impact

On February 24, 2022, a full-scale Russian...

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EU Court Denies Registration of “Pablo Escobar” Trademark

The EU Court has refused the registration of the word mark "Pablo Escobar" as an EU trademark, deeming it contrary to public order and...

Prof. Orłowski Critiques PiS Governance: Institutional Deterioration, Economic Imbalance, and the Risks of Polexit

Poland's development and tremendous economic success over the last 30 years is based on three pillars. The first is the gradual construction of increasingly...

Sejm Speaker Hołownia and EC Vice-President Vestager Discuss Digital Market, Youth Protection Online, and Legislative Transparency

The Digital Single Market, protection of children and youth online, the Sejm's new open approach to citizens, inclusive democracy, and increasing transparency in the...

Will Voter Turnout for the European Parliament Elections Soar Again in Poland?

Poland is one of the most polarized countries in Europe, and this phenomenon has been intensifying in recent years. The high level of polarization...

Chairman of the KNF: We are concerned about the limited interest of entrepreneurs in investments. This affects the low demand for investment loans

In the first quarter of 2024, banks improved their results despite comparing them to an excellent year in 2023. Thus, they have the capability...

Social organizations warn against withdrawing from the Green Deal. Both agriculture and society as a whole will bear the costs

Last week, 140 social organizations from across Europe, including Poland, issued an appeal to EU institutions warning about the consequences of departing from the...

Prime Minister Donald Tusk Announces €300 Million Investment for Poland’s “Iron Dome” Project

Prime Minister Donald Tusk met in Warsaw with the President of the European Investment Bank, Nadia Calvino. Over the 20 years of our EU...

A Better Year for Cannabis Industry Stocks

Marijuana-related stocks are gaining after significant declines in previous years. This is linked to announcements of potential regulatory liberalization in the USA. In Europe,...

Record Revenues for the GPW Capital Group in the First Quarter of 2024

In the first quarter of 2024, the Warsaw Stock Exchange Capital Group achieved record sales revenues of PLN 118.2 million, an increase of 5.3%...

War in Ukraine reignites debate on European defense force

A common European army does not currently exist, and in practice, defense is the sole responsibility of EU member states. However, the outbreak of...

Despite Early Concerns, the Polish Zloty Shows Strength in 2024

In January, some analysts predicted a difficult year for the Polish currency. Technically, the charts of major currencies against the PLN approached 13-year support...

Economic Recovery in the EU: European Commission’s Forecast for 2024-2025

After a challenging year in 2023, characterized by overall economic stagnation, 2024 brings positive changes. Economic growth in the first months of this year...

Asia accounts for nearly 80% of semiconductor production. Intel’s planned investment in Poland is one of the steps towards increasing the EU’s autonomy in...

Semiconductors are the building blocks of all electronic products and an essential element of digital transformation. Currently, Asian countries account for nearly 80% of...

Technological Transformation and AI: Insights from the EY CEO Outlook Pulse Survey

The technological transformation spurred by the Covid-19 pandemic has stimulated innovation within companies, helping them to avoid financial losses. The next phase of digital...
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