During several weeks of the coronavirus pandemic, the share of e-commerce in Poland's retail trade grew from 5.5 percent at the end of 2019 to nearly 12 percent, reads a report by the Santander bank.
Poland, among other countries, has been listed in the State Department's annual Act 447 report for not having yet enacted full legislation on domestic property restitution or Holocaust-related confiscation.
Polish Finance Minister Tadeusz Koscinski, addressing the Sejm (lower house) public finance committee on Thursday, praised the government's execution of the 2019 budget, saying that good economic times were used to ensure financial security and stability.
Every sixth Pole is making online purchases amid the coronavirus pandemic and e-shopping is gaining popularity, primarily among the inhabitants of large cities, according to a study prepared by Santander Consumer Bank (SCB).
According to the report by the Polish Development Fund and Dealroom.co, Poland has become a focal point of innovation and has a growing ecosystem that helps growing companies thrive.
The number of new job offers went down by 16 percent year on year and grew by 26 percent month on month in Poland in June 2020, Grand Thornton has written in a report.
Poland might benefit from a change in trade routes after the coronavirus pandemic, according to experts from the Polish Economic Institute (PIE) who believe the country might gain over USD 8 bln annually through production being moved from China.
There are over 1,500 businesses in Poland with American capital, which employ 267,000 people, says a report by the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) in Poland and KPMG in Poland.
The report by Eurostat shows that Poland out-spent countries such as Italy, France, Spain and the UK, proportionally, on cultural services including supporting national monuments, funding for museums, theatres and art programmes.
The first wave of coronavirus infection has reached its peak in all European Union states except Poland and Sweden, according to the latest report by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC).