The Polish government has adopted a PLN 5 billion (EUR 1.07 billion) programme of subsidies for sectors that consume excessive amounts of energy to protect them from soaring energy prices.
More than 14,600 Polish companies were written off the official registry in August, up 6.9 percent compared to the previous month, the Central Statistical Office (GUS) has reported.
The Polish government plans to offer financial support to businesses affected by the environmental disaster that hit the Odra, Poland's second largest river, the family and social policy minister has said.
The Polish government is looking into ways of increasing the tax burden for state-owned companies that note stronger profits owing to rising prices of commodities, the government spokesperson has said.
The first of its kind project in the world saw Olsztyn-based firm SmartKey develop a system which gave emergency service vehicles access to gated communities and other restricted access areas.
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 ‘Study of Polish Business’, commissioned by Kraków based accountancy firm inFakt, found that to ensure their post-pandemic 80 percent of small and micro-enterprises retained their current levels of pay, whilst just over one fifth of small firms decided to give pay-rises to their employees and 18 percent to increase their workforce.
The share of companies with foreign capital in Poland reached a record 37.1 percent in 2019, according to analysis by the Polish Economic Institute.
Polish firms afflicted by Covid-related restrictions should get money under the government's liquidity aid on January 18, the deputy prime minister and development and labour minister said on Friday.
Packhelp, a Polish software company, took the top spot in the "Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Central Europe" ranking, which profiles the fastest growing technology companies in Central Europe.