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As a result of the digitisation process, 87 percent of Polish companies want to maintain or increase their staff levels over the next two years while only 7 percent want to cut jobs, a report by workforce services provider ManpowerGroup shows.
Under draft acts authored by the Interior Ministry foreign job-seekers, business start-uppers and students in Poland will have to have from PLN 200 to 2.500 (EUR 47 - 581) for their return trip or transit to a third country.
Poland's unemployment rate fell to 6.6 percent in March 2018 from 6.8 percent in February, the Central Statistical Office (GUS) announced on Wednesday.
In August 2018, one of the world's leading IT service providers, the UK's Computacenter, will launch in Poznan (western Poland). It is expected to employ around 200 people in its new offices, the Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH) announced.
Over 86,000 new jobs will be created in Poland in effect of 335 direct foreign investments declared in 2017, this is the best result in the European Union, according to a Thursday report by fDI Markets.
The Suwalki Special Economic Zone in north-eastern Poland issued 15 business permits during the entire year 2017, the zone's management has announced.