Poland repeats Western Europe’s mistakes regarding migration – The Economist

Poland is slowly becoming a country of immigration, but is repeating the same mistakes that Western European countries made in their migration policies years ago, the article in the latest issue of the British weekly The Economist posited. In an article titled “Poland is cocking up migration in a very European

Amazon in the “preliminary negotiations” to enter the Polish market: report

The newspaper claims to have learned of “advanced talks” taking place between Amazon and Poczta Polska, the Polish state postal service, which would reportedly carry out delivery of products from a Polish version of the Amazon website, serving customers in both Poland and neighbouring Ukraine. Poczta Polska “has already passed Amazon’s

Non-European investors will supply the Polish real estate market: Colliers

The year 2019 was record-breaking for the commercial real estate market in Poland in many respects: we recorded close to 150 transactions (compared to 100 in 2018), with value amounted to €7.7 billion (in 2018: €7.2 billion). According to Monika Rajska-Wolińska, managing partner of Colliers International in Poland, 2020 is going

Fosun no longer in buyer pool as GV Gold will go to Rakishev or Trotsenko

The major Chinese investment fund Fosun steps down from the competition for one of the few gold mining companies available for sale. It has been reported that Fosun no longer pursuits the acquisition of Russian GV Gold mining company. RBK, a reputable source in business information, said that only Kenes

Polish agricultural exports in 2019 will increase to EUR 31.4 billion

The value of Poland's agri-food exports in 2019 reached an unprecedented level of EUR 31.4 billion, which was 5.8 percent higher than in 2018, according to data that has been published by the National Support Centre for Agricultural (KOWR). The key export products were meat and meat products, as well as

Poles earn almost 7% more than a year ago

he average monthly salary in the national economy increased in real terms by 4.8 percent on an annual basis and amounted to PLN 4,918.17 gross in 2019, the Central Statistical Office (GUS) reported. In turn, the average salary in the fourth quarter of 2019 amounted to PLN 5,198.58 gross with an

Minimum wages in EU ranges from €312 to €2,142

In 21 European Union countries that have introduced a minimum wage, the lowest is in Bulgaria and amounts to €312. The highest is in Luxembourg (€2,142, or seven times more), according to Eurostat data. Nine member states, located mainly in the east of the EU, have a minimum monthly wage of

Poland’s GDP to grow by 3.4 percent in 2020: report

GDP will increase by 3.4 percent in 2020 and will drop to 3.2 percent in the following year, according to a quarterly report on the economic situation in Poland published by the Warsaw-based Institute of Economic Forecasts and Analyzes (IPAG). Slower economic growth will mainly result from insufficient investment in previous