A casual visitor to Warsaw today might not realise how far the country has come economically over the past three decades. But should Poland’s economic success be taken for granted?
Poland's economic growth will reach 4.0 percent in 2019, the World Bank has announced, having revised upwards its October 2018 forecast of 3.9 percent.
TFN’s editor-in-chief Dagmara Leszkowicz looks ahead to what 2019 holds in store for Poland’s economy.
Brookings Institute praises the state of the Polish economy, and looks at what the country has done right to keep it humming along.
Africa is a strong market, interesting to Europe and also very good for Polish companies; contacts established here by Polish businesspeople are very promising, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki declared at a press conference in Vienna on Tuesday.
Scaling up renewable energy sources in Poland would benefit the economy, improve people’s health, and reduce serious environmental problems, says a new World Bank report.
Poland's foreign trade deficit amounted to EUR 3.2 billion after October 2018, the Central Statistical Office (GUS) announced on Tuesday.
Commenting on the latest data from the Central Statistical Office (GUS) on Friday, Entrepreneurship and Technology Minister Jadwiga Emilewicz said the Polish economy is in good shape, the growth fundamentals are stable and it especially enjoys investment growth.
The Leading Economic Indicator (WWK), which forecasts future economic activity in Poland, rose by 1.5 points month on month in November, the Bureau for Investments and Economic Cycles (BIEC) said on Thursday.
The third edition of the two-day conference will host 94 talks, debates and workshops over the coming days aimed in part to help small to medium business owners.