From deliberations over the perfect Christmas tree to the best baubles and fattest carp for Christmas Eve dinner, see what pre-Christmas shopping looked like in Poland 90 years ago.
As many as 63 percent of Poles are going to limit Christmas food and present spending this year, according to a survey commissioned by the Polish Banking Association (ZBP).
Nearly 70 percent of Poles have limited their spending due to inflation, showed a Friday-published survey by the UCE Research and Syno Poland pollsters.
More than half of Poles are in favour of restoring shopping on Sundays, a new poll has revealed.
With just a price list, the products on display and a cash box where shoppers leave their money, Daniel Wojtyński’s little self-service shop has become a hit with both locals and hikers.
Most Poles want to know whether food and other products they buy are made in Poland, research has found.
Fifty seven percent of Poles prefer to shop online, 21 percent of them buying on the web more than once a week, a survey by the ARC Rynek i Opinia pollster has shown.
With livestream online sales becoming the new norm, a Warsaw firm is looking to help both big and small businesses take their products directly to the customers’ virtual door.
Poland's Ministry of Development has stipulated the reopening of trade, including shopping malls, from February 1. Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Development Jaroslaw Gowin said on Friday it was, however, too early to reopen other sectors.
Nearly 61 percent of Poles made purchases on the internet this year and the percentage of online shoppers has risen by 19 percentage points over the last four years, Poland's statistics office said on Wednesday.