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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Retail Purchasing Power Across Europe: Poles Spend Less Than Average, But More Relative to Income

The average purchasing power in retail trade in Europe is 6,517 euros per capita. Citizens of Luxembourg have the highest spending power in this...

Poland is the Seventh Most Difficult Country in Europe to Conduct Business

Poland ranks seventh in Europe and 12th worldwide among the least business-friendly countries. It also performed the worst in this regard compared to neighboring...

The Ministry of Health aims to ban the sale of menthol cartridges for tobacco heaters. According to experts, this will lead to an increase...

The latest legislative proposals from the Ministry of Health could disrupt the declining trend in the gray market, which reached a historic low in...

Swiftonomics – The Global Phenomenon of Taylor Swift and Her Remarkable Economic Impact

The global concert industry is currently experiencing a true renaissance. This is not only thanks to record ticket sales but above all due to...

One in three European companies has invested in AI, and one in five people fear that AI could replace them at work

One in five employees in Europe fears that artificial intelligence might replace them in most of their professional tasks. SD Worx, a leading European...

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...

Poland’s Remarkable Economic Growth: A 20-Year Journey in the EU

In as many as 8 major sectors of the economy, Poland has positioned itself in the EU's TOP3 in terms of growth since 2004. Between...

20 Years of Poland in the EU: Economic Transformation and Growth

It has been 20 years since Poland's accession to the European Union. This milestone invites a period of reflection to evaluate how the economy...

Temperatures in Europe are rising twice as fast as the global average, leading to record climate phenomena

March 2024 marked the 10th consecutive month to set a temperature record in the history of global measurements for that month of the year,...

Private Investors Lead as Top Buyers of Commercial Real Estate Globally for Third Consecutive Year

According to *The Wealth Report*, the flagship global report by Knight Frank, private investors* have remained the most active buyers of global commercial real...

Global Reverse Mortgage Market Forecasted to Double to $50 Billion Annually by 2033, Says EY and EPPARG Report

From the latest report published by the advisory firm Ernst & Young (EY) and the European Pensions and Property Asset Group (EPPARG), it is...

There’s no such thing as a free weapon… – how to finance the defense expenditures

How to finance the defense expenditure of EU member states increased to 2% of their GDP? Three options: budget cuts, debt financing, tax increases....

Poland Offers Strong EV Incentives, Aims to Further Drive Adoption with Highway Toll Waivers and Used Car Subsidies

"The incentives in Poland for purchasing and using electric cars are quite good compared to other EU countries," assesses Łukasz Lewandowski, President of the...

Poland Takes Step Towards Joining European Public Prosecutor’s Office

"We are very pleased with Poland's decision to join the European Public Prosecutor's Office (EPPO), as it means expanding our sphere of action. For...
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