When shoe company WoshWosh heard about the plight of Józef Kania from Toruń who has been fixing and making shoes since 1944, internet users sprang into action, sharing his story thousands of times and driving customers to support his business.
At over 6,000 square metres, the little-known about Underground museum is possibly the largest of its kind on the planet.
Losses in British-Polish trade following Britain’s exit from the European Union amount to an estimated EUR 1 billion, the Polish Economic Institute has reported.
The renaissance pearl that is the Old Town remains as striking and fresh as the day it was finished: a place of colonnaded passageways and shaded, leafy courtyards, it all leads to a mesmerizing square that stops you in your tracks.
Poland may buy Covid-19 vaccines from China, a presidential aide has told PAP.
In this episode of the Debrief, our weekly news review and as Poland launches a mass vaccination drive against Covid-19, we speak to a medical professional about the implications of the pandemic.
Poland's Ministry of Development has stipulated the reopening of trade, including shopping malls, from February 1. Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Development Jaroslaw Gowin said on Friday it was, however, too early to reopen other sectors.
Poland's retail sector may have lost up to PLN 8 billion (EUR 1.8 billion) in November due to Covid lockdown restrictions on shopping centres, a trade council and union said on Wednesday.
The Polish government has been considering the restoration of retail trading on Sundays, PM's Office head Michal Dworczyk said on Wednesday. A few years Poland started to phase out Sunday shopping amid union pressure and the government's conservative agenda.
Polish Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau, addressing the Friday inauguration of the 2nd African Conference, said the continent will become an attractive trade partner due to the relatively young society with a huge demand for knowledge and modern technologies.