The number of merger and acquisition (M&A) transactions in Poland hit a record high of 329 in 2021, 99 more than in 2020, a new report has found.
Poland could still maintain its fiscal course with government support measures, unlike in other emerging economies, according to a report by Euler Hermes, a credit insurance company.
Poland is facing a “demographic crisis” with the population possibly falling by 4.4 million by 2050, according to a report by the Central Statistical Office (GUS).
Unemployment should fall to around 5.0-5.1 percent at the end of 2022, according to a report by a Polish business association.
This year has seen a breakthrough for Polish start-up firms and most of them have shrugged off the impact of the pandemic or even benefitted from it, a report has found.
As much as 26.4 percent of government expenditure on prosperity in Poland is ineffective, according to a report by the Polish Economic Institute (PIE), an advisory body to the government.
International investors are placing more than half of their profits in Polish companies, according to a report by Grant Thornton, an audit and research company.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has accused Moscow of pursuing an imperial policy and instigating a migration crisis on the Polish-Belarusian border.
Seventy-one percent of medium-sized and large companies in Poland intend to increase the prices of their products over the coming 12 months with only 5 percent planning price-cuts, according to a new report.
The report by Google and Dealroom found that Poland had the largest number of companies classified as unicorns, a term meaning that a start-up has risen in value to over $1 billion, with 10 companies. Estonia had six, with Czechia and Ukraine both having four and the rest of the region having a total of 10 unicorns.