Three out of four companies owned or co-owned by British investors are planning to increase employment and investment outlays in Poland, according to a report on Polish-UK economic relations, prepared by consulting firm Deloitte.
The average Pole wastes 247kg of food a year, putting Poland in fifth place in Europe, where the average is 173kg per capita, the Polish Economic Institute (PIE) has reported. The most commonly wasted foods in Poland are bread, fruit and smoked meats.
The report by the country’s Central Statistical Office looks at major social and demographic figures, from household size to internet use.
Eighty nine percent of Poles in a CBOS survey said Poland was a safe country to live in, 8 percent believed the opposite, 3 percent could not say.
Poles are living longer and healthier, with average life expectancy being 84.6, a 10 year increase on 2017.
Witold Pilecki’s Report from Auschwitz, the first source document about this German concentration camp, written in 1943, is available online in new English translation.
The situation on Poland's labour market is the best in the country's recent history, the debt of central and local government institutions is expected to fall, while the general government deficit is set to stabilise, the European Commission (EC) said on Wednesday.
Over 86,000 new jobs will be created in Poland in effect of 335 direct foreign investments declared in 2017, this is the best result in the European Union, according to a Thursday report by fDI Markets.