Poland's chemical firm Grupa Azoty has asked the country's anti-trust regulator UOKiK to approve the construction of installations for polypropylene production by a group comprising Azoty and its one Polish and two South Korean partners, UOKiK said on Monday.
Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz met with his Korean counterpart Kang Kyung-wha in Seoul on Monday, and said that Polish-South Korean cooperation has huge potential in the fields of economy, research and innovations.
South Korean investment in Poland was in the focus of talks held in New York on Monday between Polish and Korean Presidents, Andrzej Duda and Moon Jae-in.
SK Innovation plans to build a new factory in Dąbrowa Górnicza which will be part of the Katowice Special Economic Zone, established by the government in 1996 to support restructuring and generate employment. Since then, around PLN 36 billion has been invested there and over 80,000 jobs created. More than 390 businesses are operating in the zone.
As part of a series of events celebrating Polish and Korean culture, an audience in the Polish capital got the rare chance to hear a fusion of Polish-Korean classical music.
The Korea Electric Terminal Company will spend up to PLN 90 mln (EUR 21.0 mln) to build a plant which will manufacture components for electric cars, in Zabrze, southern Poland.
The Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH) has opened a Foreign Trade Office in the South Korean capital Seoul, PAIH announced in a Wednesday communique. The agency added that the new office joins more than a dozen in Asia.
President Andrzej Duda has an idea to strengthen Poland's presence in the Korean Demilitarised Zone, head of the National Security Bureau (BBN) Pawel Soloch said on Tuesday.