Polish shops are suffering from a wave of shoplifting with reported cases increasing by over 31 percent in 2022, according to police, the Rzeczpospolita newspaper reported on Friday.
A Dutch court on Friday sentenced five men to prison for planting explosives in supermarkets selling Polish products.
Over 50 percent Poles are worried that there will be shortages in shops, a new survey shows.
The LLP clothing company, owners of the Reserved, Cropp, House, Mohito and Sinsay brands, announced on Tuesday it has closed its last shop in Russia, having suspended operations there on March 4.
The Polish foreign ministry has called on the Dutch authorities to start an urgent investigation into a mysterious spate of explosions in Polish shops in the Netherlands.
The measures, which include closing all theatres, museums, shopping galleries and most shops in the next few days, were announced just hours after the health ministry said the country had recorded daily records of 24,692 positive tests and 373 deaths.
Shops, pharmacies and post offices in Poland are reserved for senior citizens of the age of 60 and older between 10:00 a.m. and noon as of Thursday, October 15, due to a growing number of new coronavirus infections and the ongoing COVID pandemic.
Swapp also plans to go beyond the world of retail by putting its refill-o-mats in other buildings such as blocks of flats in a bid to shake up shopping and shrink the mountains of plastic waste the world produces each year.
The British supermarket group Tesco has announced plans to cut jobs, close its online store and a few other hypermarkets in Poland, the Puls Biznesu daily wrote on Wednesday.
Fifty-one percent of respondents to a poll commissioned by CBRE, an international advisory and commercial real estate investment company, want shops in Poland to be open every day, including Sundays.