Start your day with a summary of today’s top stories from Poland’s leading news sites.
Philip Morris International (PMI) will spend over PLN 1 billion (EUR 214 million) on a new production plant for heated tobacco sticks to be located in Krakow, southern Poland, the firm's CEO has announced.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has hailed the opening of a new multi-billion zloty polypropylene production plant in northwestern Poland.
The Polish prime minister has said Lockheed Martin, the US military equipment manufacturer, “creates Poland’s security”.
Daikin, a Japanese heat pump and air conditioning company, will build a facility in Ksawerów, central Poland, for EUR 300 million.
The German company, Isringhausen, will invest over PLN 34 million (EUR 7.4 million) to build a plant in Ujazd, south-central Poland, that will produce car seats and springs, announced the Katowice Special Economic Zone (KSEZ) on Wednesday.
Crowds flocked to watch the moment the amorphophallus titanium which was nearly frozen to death and revived by a ritual dance went into full bloom.
SK IE Innovation, a Korean global energy and chemical concern, will invest PLN 3.9 billion (EUR 837.6 million) in two factories producing separators for batteries for electric vehicles in Poland, a leading newspaper has reported.
Swedish battery producer Northvolt, will open a plant in Gdansk, Mateusz Morawiecki, the prime minister, announced on Friday.
The South Korean firm LG intends to make its electric battery plant in southern “the biggest in the world” with a multi-million euro investment.