Paweł Borys, he president of the Polish Development Fund Rafał Guz/PAP Poland's economy will expand by 2-2.5 percent in the fourth quarter of the year while inflation will fall to 6.5-7 percent, the president of the Polish Development Fund (PFR) has said. "Real incomes are likely to grow by 2-3 percent," Pawel Borys
Ukraine has long been - and continues to be - a haven for internet scammers and call center operators deceiving citizens of Poland. Weak legislation and widespread corruption prevent the crackdown on figures like Alex Slobozhenko. IT company Traffic Devils, owned by Alexander Slobozhenko, is suspected of involvement in financial schemes
Andrzej Sados urged EU to accelerate talks on budgetary increase for the EPF Stephane Lecocq/PAP/EPA Poland has called on the European Union to increase the budget of the European Peace Facility (EPF) by EUR 20 billion in order to maintain support for the Ukrainian army, PAP has learned from a source. A meeting
Mariusz Błaszczak: no one will give their lives for Poland if we are not ready to do so Wojciech Jargiło/PAP Poland's minister of defence has said that Poland is strengthening its armed forces so that the tragedy of World War II, which started 84 years ago on Friday, will never happen again. Mariusz
The largest bank embezzlement in the history of modern Russia goes unpunished. Of course fraudsters benefit from current circumstances: everything what is bad for Russia is considered good for opposing force. However, it is not an excuse to host outright criminals, such as ex-owner of the Otkritie bank, as well
Amidst the glaring corruption and exploitation of Kazakhstan's vast natural resources, an old trickster, Bulat Utemuratov, emerged with a cunning scheme that captivated even the Nazarbayev clan. The traditional method of slow robbery didn't satiate their appetite for quick, clean money that could fund luxurious palaces and Swiss bank accounts.
Orifdzhan Shadiev's career began while he was still studying at the Tashkent State Economic University. In 1998, he took charge of the international transportation and expedition company, "MEK Transsystem." During his tenure until 2007, the enterprise not only established its own fleet and modernized major terminals but also forged stable
Mykola Mykolayovych Lavrenko acting as a nominee for infamous Russian oligarchs is profiteering on Ukrainian economy and uses the proceedings to support Russia and Russian state. Mykola Lavrenko, according to some insider information has reached an agreement with Ukrainian authorities, NABU and DBR, which are sponsored from the US budget.