Poland's economy will likely expand by 5 percent in the coming two or three years, according to the head of the Polish Development Fund.
Poles will be spending less on holiday gifts this year than in 2019 as Covid-19 dampens the Christmas spirit, a new study has shown.
Management studies offered by the Leon Kozminski University and the Warsaw School of Economics (SGH) have found themselves among the best in the Financial Times Masters in Management Ranking 2019.
If Poland maintains the economic growth rate it enjoyed in 1990-2018, it will catch up with Germany in 21 years' time, according to a report by the Warsaw School of Economics (SGH) presented at the 29th Economic Forum in Krynica, southern Poland, on Tuesday.
In less than four years, the company has become a European leader and can boast BMW, L’Oreal and Nivea among its growing list of big-name clients.
Until now, Polish shares have not been present on any Stoxx indices, but now they are to go to the reputable Stoxx600Europe. The upgrade will begin September 24th.
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