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Poland Q2 Growth Tops Initial Estimates
Poland's economy grew faster-than-estimated in the second quarter, led by strong improvement in domestic demand, revised data from the statistical office showed Friday.

Poland Closes Consulate in Crimea’s Sevastopol
Poland has decided to close its Consulate General in the Crimean city of Sevastopol, a ministry spokesman told RIA Novosti on Thursday.

Poland must revise relations with Russia — FM
Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski says Polish sanctions may have only mid-term effect while Ukraine is seeking immediate help

Mobile business drives up profit at Poland's Cyfrowy
Poland's largest media group Cyfrowy Polsat surpassed analysts' expectations with a 63-percent rise in second-quarter net profit, thanks to the inclusion of results from its mobile arm Polkomtel [PTL.UL].

Has Germany sidelined Poland in Ukraine crisis negotiations?
Is Berlin trying to mastermind a compromise with Russia on Moscow’s terms, ignoring Kyiv’s vital interests? And as Poland is increasingly edged out of the conflict resolution process, has Berlin-Warsaw co-operation on EU Ostpolitik broken down?
Stock Spirits profits plummet as Poland bites
Stock Spirits has said it remains “on track” to meet its full-year expectations despite a decline in profits for the first half of 2014.

SoftServe Opening Development Centers in Poland
SoftServe, Inc., a leading global software application development and consulting company, today announced the opening of two software development centers in Krakow and Wroclaw, Poland.

Poland's head: more worried about zloty strength than weakness
Poland's central bank Governor Marek Belka said on Thursday he was currently more concerned about the potential for the zloty to strengthen than to weaken.

Air Force deployments to Poland set to continue
Continuing tensions over Russia’s involvement in the Ukraine crisis will keep U.S. airmen busy with at least two more deployments to Poland this year.

Poland wants economic portfolio, will support Georgieva to replace Ashton
Polish Foreign Minister Radosław Sikorski is among the official contenders for the post of High Representative. Yet the reality is more complicated. Poland is in fact interested in obtaining an economic portfolio. EurActiv Poland reports.

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10 questions for foreign investor
  • Joanna Bensz - CH2M HILL

    Joanna Bensz nową country manager CH2M HILL w Polsce.

    Joanna Bensz, the new Country Manager of CH2M HILL Interview

    How much investment are you making in Poland (now and planned over the next few years)? Do you have financing partners?
    What are the primary sources of your revenues?
    Tell us about your hiring plans: how many people do you plan to employ now and how will that change over the next 2-3 years. What are your office space needs or expansion plans, or other real estate requirements?
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  • Preston Smith - CEE Consulting Group Sp. z o.o.

    Preston Smith You against the Mob (Part I)
    Not too long ago I was invited to a late night, drinking-man’s card game. I have to admit that these days I’m neither a drinking man or a card player, but the wild boys from the old days told me to show up anyway...
  • Tax

    Steven Foster - Process Solutions

    Steven Foster Doom and gloom gives way to flat taxes
    The Polish tax and social security (ZUS) systems provide incentives for businesses in the form of flat rate tax and ZUS payments. So why do so many business owners not take advantage?
  • Political Advisory/Lobbying

    Marek Matraszek - CEC Government Relations

    Marek Matraszek Dusk for Ukraine, Dawn for Poland ?
    However the crisis develops – or resolves itself – there is little doubt that the consequences for Poland, Central Europe and the European Union will be dramatic.
  • Tax

    Matthew O`Shaughnessy - Taxplan Sp. z o.o.

    Matthew O`Shaughnessy Growing pressure on tax optimised intra-group structures
    The Polish Ministry of Finance is not the only fiscal authority in Europe fighting so-called tax optimised structures. New anti-optimisation regulations are being introduced in many countries, including such traditionally liberal jurisdictions as the Netherlands and Ireland.


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