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33% of Young Poles Aged 25-34 Still Live with Parents

1.7 million, or 33 percent, of young Poles are so-called "nestlings." These are individuals aged 25 to 34 who still live with their parents,...

Municipalities Fear High Fines for Failing to Meet Recycling Targets, Urge Swift Implementation of the “Polluter Pays” Principle

Poland is the last country in the European Union that has not yet implemented the Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) system. As a result, the...

The Polish Industry Sector: A Slight Rise in Employment Amidst a Shortage of Candidates

Despite ongoing economic uncertainty, the industrial sector has seen a slight increase in employment, particularly in construction. The most sought-after are skilled manual workers,...

Inflation in Poland Rises to 2.6% in June

Inflation in June, according to a preliminary reading by GUS, stood at 2.6%. This is an increase of 0.1 percentage points compared to May...

Inflation in Poland is slowly increasing. It will accelerate in July

According to a flash estimate by the Central Statistical Office (GUS), consumer goods and services prices in June this year increased by 2.6% compared...

Unemployment Rate Reaches Record Low in May

Unemployment, after a brief, slight increase at the beginning of the year, continues its downward trend. In May, the record from the summer of...

Retail Sales Show Mixed Results: Annual Growth Strong but Monthly Change Minimal

Retail sales at constant prices in May 2024 were 5% higher than a year ago. However, compared to April of this year, they fell...

What’s Next for the Transport Industry in Poland? The State of Polish Transport in the First Half of 2024

Rising operating costs and various fees, fewer orders, lower rates, unfair competition, and geopolitical turmoil—these are just some of the challenges shaping the recent...

Poles Turn to Sharing Economy Amid Rising Debt and Economic Challenges

In the face of growing problems with repaying current liabilities and loan installments, Poles are increasingly turning to alternative forms of access to goods...

Restructuring and Layoffs Raise Concerns for Polish Job Market Amid Economic Stability

Several major companies have announced restructuring and layoffs in recent weeks, raising concerns about the condition of the Polish job market. Economists are reassuring,...

Increasing Innovation in Polish Enterprises: Key to Sustainable Economic Growth

In Poland, nearly 35% of domestic enterprises engage in innovative activities, which is still relatively low compared to the EU average of almost 53%....

Polish Industry Shows No Signs of Improvement

In May of this year, the PMI for the manufacturing sector in Poland dropped to 45 points from 45.9 points recorded in April, according...

Consumption and Foreign Trade Drive GDP Growth in Poland

Gross domestic product (GDP) in Poland, unadjusted for seasonal variations, increased by 2% year-on-year in Q1 2024, compared to a decline of 0.4% in...

Inflation Rose Slightly in May, Larger Increases Yet to Come

According to preliminary data published by the Central Statistical Office (GUS), inflation in May was 2.5% year-over-year. This is an increase of only 0.1...
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