The Ethiopian market is promising and worth a closer look. I recommend considering it as an investment site, President Andrzej Duda said on Tuesday in Warsaw after talks with visiting Ethiopian state head Mulatu Teshome Wirtu.
Everybody wants to carry out offshore wind farm projects but in the first place Poland needs to start building a nuclear power station, it's a matter of credibility with the European Commission, Energy Minister Krzysztof Tchorzewski announced on Monday.
Poland's biggest distribution centre will open in the locality of Piatek (central Poland) in 2019, Panattoni Europe, an industrial developer, has announced. Its floorage area will exceed 123,000 square metres.
Fifty percent of Poles polled by the CBOS pollster said it was against the construction of what would be Poland's first nuclear power plant.
The potential expansion of Warsaw's secondary Modlin Airport to the capacity of 8-10 million passengers annually would cost PLN 1.045 bln (EUR 249 mln) and take 45 months, according to an analysis by engineering consultancy firm Arup.
In August 2018, one of the world's leading IT service providers, the UK's Computacenter, will launch in Poznan (western Poland). It is expected to employ around 200 people in its new offices, the Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH) announced.
Poland's PKN Orlen petroleum corporation and the Lithuanian government sealed a co-operation agreement in Vilnius on Tuesday foreseeing mutual investment aid, including on infrastructure projects connected with Orlen's Lithuanian subsidiary, Orlen Lietuva.
The Polish stand at the industry trade fair "Aerospace & Defense Supplier Summit," which starts on Monday in Seattle, will promote the Polish aviation industry among foreign entrepreneurs, the Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH), the stand's organiser, said on Friday.
The General Assembly of AIPH (International Association of Horticultural Producers - PAP) granted the Polish central city of Lodz the right to organise Horticultural Expo 2024, Poland's Ministry of Culture and National Heritage announced in a Friday statement.
The planned date of launching Poland's first nuclear plant set for 2024 is unrealistic, Poland's Supreme Audit Office (NIK) wrote in a report.