Over 86,000 new jobs will be created in Poland in effect of 335 direct foreign investments declared in 2017, this is the best result in the European Union, according to a Thursday report by fDI Markets.
"Tuesday's initial GDP growth estimate for 2017 is very positive information, though of course it is not a surprise," Finance Minister Teresa Czerwinska said on Tuesday.
A 'Constitution for Business' package of laws was passed by the Polish parliament on Friday. Some of the provisions: what is not prohibited by law is allowed, relief for beginning entrepreneurs, an SME spokesman and a separate law for foreign investors.
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki declared on Thursday that "Poland is ready to establish as quickly as possible a regional development bank designed to jointly finance infrastructural projects of the Visegrad Group (V4)."
Central and Eastern Europe could be a driving force of growth for the entire EU, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki told the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on Thursday.
Cooperation on the Baltic Pipe project and in the energy market dominated Wednesday's talks between Polish commissioner for strategic energy infrastructure Piotr Naimski and Swedish officials in Stockholm.
Kielce is one of 51 cities honoured with a Platinum Certificate by the World Council On City Data (WCCD), Mayor Wojciech Lubawski announced on Monday.
Polish Agriculture Minister Krzysztof Jurgiel is taking part in the International Gruene Woche (Green Week) Fair 2018, one of world's largest trade fairs of food, agriculture and horticulture, held January 19 - 28 in Berlin, the Agriculture Ministry reported in a statement.
The European Union and Russia signed a contract on Thursday launching new cross-border co-operation programmes between Poland and Russia and Lithuania and Russia.
The Katowice Special Economic Zone (KSSE), in southern Poland, has attracted eight new investments worth EUR 93 mln (PLN 390 mln), thus maintaining its 2017 high growth pace, the zone's officials have announced.