Poland's Economic Sentiment Indicator (ESI) rose in November 2018 to 109.0 points from 106.8 points in October, the European Commission's Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs (DG ECFIN) reported on Thursday.
In mid-2016, the Polish Ministry of Finance set out to reduce the VAT gap to around 15 percent over the next three years. By 2017 it had gone down to 14.0 percent.
Poland is more resistant to the outcomes of global trade tensions as compared to other Central and Eastern European countries, Moody's lead analyst for Poland Heiko Peters has told PAP.
The current situation on the EU emission allowances market (EU ETS) and the rally in EU ETS prices should be a cause for concern for the European Commission, which should consider intervention, Polish Energy Minister Krzysztof Tchórzewski told PAP.
Over EUR 255 million from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) is invested in the construction of a highway section between the cities of Nowe Marzy, Świecie and Bydgoszcz, in Centre-North Poland, along the S5 expressway, the European Commission wrote on Thursday.
The Polish economy is finding itself in better and better condition; we have been developing in a balanced way, PM Mateusz Morawiecki has told PAP.
Representatives of EU member states have decided to hold another hearing of Poland under the Article 7 procedure that the European Commission (EC) launched in December 2017, PAP was told by an EU diplomatic source. The hearing will take place in September.
Poland would like the next EU budget to be more ambitious and is ready to pay more to the European coffers to keep the cohesion policy spending unchanged and to meet new challenges, Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz said in an interview with PAP.
The European Commission (EC) has not made a formal decision to launch the EU law infringement procedure against Poland over the country's Supreme Court reform, EC President Jean-Claude Juncker said after an EU summit in Brussels on Friday.
Poland has tangible facts to present in the form of legal amendments it has introduced, which shows the country is willing to seek a compromise amid determination to reform its justice system, PM Mateusz Morawiecki said after a cabinet meeting on Tuesday.