To cope with rising air traffic through Warsaw, the Polish government will build a new central airport. The Central Transport Hub, as it is called, has become the governing Law and Justice (PiS) party’s key infrastructure project. Named after the Solidarity trade union that helped topple communism in Poland in 1989, it is due to open in 2027.
An educational robot called Photon developed in Poland is rapidly gaining fans abroad – among them Prince William and his wife Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge. During the royal couple’s visit to Poland last July, they were seen playing with the robot.
Located on Poland’s coast, Gdańsk has over a thousand years of shipping history. In the Middle Ages, it was already a flourishing trading centre, one of the most important ports on the Baltic Sea. Recently, Gdańsk’s significance as a port has been buoyed by the Deepwater Container Terminal (DCT).
Imagine if you could travel back hundreds of years and explore historical landmarks as they were then. Good news: there’s an app for that. Polish company Pixel Legend is revolutionising the use of virtual and augmented reality technology in everyday life.
When it comes to Brexit and the future of Polish-owned businesses in the UK, Rafał Moszkowcow has mixed feelings.
Japanese giant Toyota is taking on 500 new employees to work on the production of their new-generation petrol engines at their plant in Jelcz Laskowice, southwest Poland.
A package of five laws known as the Constitution for Business, which are aimed to facilitate running business in Poland, came into force on April 30. One of the laws focuses on improving the business environment for foreign investors.
Poland has a chance to achieve at least the EU average in terms of per capita GDP in 10-15 years, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has said during a meeting in Pelplin, north-west Poland.
US enterprise is willing to invest in Poland and eager to welcome Polish investment in the US, Entrepreneurship and Technology Minister Jadwiga Emilewicz has told PAP.
Poland's PKN Orlen fuel company has signed an annex to the long-term agreement with the Saudi Aramco oil company, increasing oil supplies by 100,000 tons monthly, which means over 20 percent of the raw material for Orlen refineries will come from Saudi Arabia.