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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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,...

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...

8 out of 10 Poles plan a vacation during the summer holidays. Every 3rd person plans to travel abroad

"More and more Poles are expressing optimism regarding their personal finances. Although the majority of consumers still expect prices of the most commonly purchased...

Electric Vehicles to Dominate Sales by 2030, Experts Predict

Electric vehicle (EV) sales are projected to surpass sales of all other types of vehicles by 2030, with over 75 million EVs expected to...

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...

Elections in France – Markets Await the Outcome

In just 12 days, France will hold early elections. The initial reaction of European markets to the announcement was highly negative. Shares of many...

European Elections: Declining Support for the Green Deal

In the European Parliament elections, the European People's Party (EPP) emerged as the winner, strengthening its position. The losers are the liberals from Renew...

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...

Insects on the Plate? What Europeans Think About Alternative Protein Sources

How Many Young Poles are “Food Innovators” Who Will Eagerly Try Chickpea Pâté? Why Do Parisians Like Seaweed and Tofu Salad? Will Italians Be...

Surge in Cyberattacks: 1,600 Weekly Attacks Target Polish Organizations, Ransomware Threatens Nearly 3% of Corporate Networks

In Poland, there are 1,600 cyberattacks on a single organization every week, and ransomware now threatens nearly 3% of all corporate networks! The situation...

Open to the world with untapped potential. Poland’s 20 years in the EU from the perspective of the real estate investment market

Expert commentary by Piotr Mirowski, Senior Partner, Investment Advisory Department, Colliers.  The two-decade period following Poland's accession to the European Union has been marked...

Green Hydrogen Production to Begin at ZE PAK This Year

Interest in hydrogen investments from the private sector is growing: this year, green hydrogen production is set to start at ZE PAK, and the...

Poles Continue to Worry About Their Financial Situation

Over half of respondents are not prepared for an unexpected expense, but fewer people are complaining about a lack of money at the end...

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%....
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