Poland should invest in improving productivity in order to maintain a high growth rate, the World Bank said in a report on Wednesday.
Close to 70,000 Ukrainian nationals have found employment in Poland since February 24, when Russia invaded their country, data from the Family and Labour Ministry shows.
Having built his first robot at the age of three, teenager Kamil Wroński has now founded his own firm to develop a pioneering solar tracker.
Global giant eBay will return to Poland and plans to become one of the top three e-commerce platforms in the country, the company has reported in a press release.
As many as 42 percent of Polish companies have said the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war can threaten their business, a survey has shown.
As Russia’s war against Ukraine rages just over Poland’s border, Poles are flocking to shooting ranges in unprecedented numbers to sharpen their marksmanship skills and prepare for a possible escalation.
A number of Polish companies which sell their products to Russia or have Russian contractors may suffer from the massive sanctions the West has imposed on Moscow for invading Ukraine, Erste Bank analysts have said.
The state budget recorded a surplus of PLN 51.9 billion (EUR 11 billion) at the end of October, the finance minister said on Friday.
Businesses hit by the state of emergency covering areas adjacent to Poland's border with Belarus can get compensation under legislation passed by parliament on Friday.
The number of employees in the services for business sector in Poland, which now stands at 355,000, may double within the next ten years, according to information released at a business lobby congress.