Start your day with a summary of today’s top stories from Poland’s leading news sites.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has said that those responsible for the gigantic pollution spill in the River Odra would be held accountable.
Though the exact figure remains unknown, it is thought that anything between 40,000 tons to 100,000 tons of potential pollutants could lie at the bottom of the Baltic, including mines, barrels of chemical waste, and bombs.
Poland is the most attractive investment destination in its region and ranks sixth in Europe as a whole, behind Great Britain, France, Germany, Spain and Belgium, according to a new survey by professional services company EY.
PDH Polska, owned by top Polish chemical group Azoty and Grupa Azoty Police, has signed a EUR 993 million turn-key contract with Hyundai Engineering Co., Ltd for the execution of the Polymers Police investment project, the companies have announced.
As delegates wrap up two days of talks at the 20th anniversary of the Baltic Sea Day in St. Petersburg, Russia, TFN takes a closer look at the dangers threatening the Baltic’s ecosystems, survival and the actions being undertaken to counter them.
PCC Rokita and Shandong Shida Shenghua, Polish and Chinese chemicals groups, respectively, signed a contract to launch preparations for investments in the production and sale of organic carbonates in Europe, the Polish firm said in a statement on Monday.