The Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) is a leader when it comes to listed gaming companies, President Marek Dietl told Bloomberg television on Friday on the 30th anniversary of WSE.
The number of corporate insolvencies in Poland increased by 75 percent year on year at the start of 2021, a credit insurance company has reported.
More than half of Polish managers believe that the economy will rebound in the next 12 months and thus plan to maintain or increase employment in their companies.
A PLN 25-billion (EUR 6.43-billion) financial shield, to be launched next week, offers liquidity and preferential loans to large companies hit by government-imposed Covid-19 related restrictions.
Polish companies have adopted a survival strategy to minimise their losses, and consumers are likely to do the same due to fears of decreased incomes, a society prosperity report has found.
Nearly 75 percent of Polish companies want to keep their headcount unchanged in the coming months despite the spreading coronavirus pandemic, a survey has found.
Fifty-three percent of CEOs of Polish companies are convinced that in the course of the coming 12 months, the global economy will record growth, according to the 'CEO Survey' report by consultancy firm PwC, published on Wednesday.
Poland's biggest power group PGE and largest refiner PKN Orlen will set up wind farms in the Baltic Sea in cooperation with their foreign partners, the antimonopoly office UOKiK said on Friday.
The Japanese companies employed about 40,000 people, and The Polish Investment and Trade Agency currently services 14 Japanese investment projects, the prime minister has said on Wednesday.
About 200 hospitality sector companies plan to join a class action lawsuit against the state owing to losses run up under lockdown restrictions.