Polish farms should be bigger and operate like companies, says Justyna Góral, PhD, who studies farmers’ income and the effectiveness of the Common Agricultural Policy instruments.
Poland’s state-owned oil and gas company PGNiG proposed that the European Commission will push Russian Gazprom to sell its stakes in gas storage facilities and pipelines in the CSE.
The “Roam like at Home” rule becomes effective in all European Union countries. It means that mobile roaming fees should disappear.
Baltic Leaders met to resolve key questions about energy policy integration and how to best link their power grid through Poland to the EU. They also try and co-ordinate a response to the ever-encroaching reality of Nord Stream 2.
Warsaw with over 5 million square meter (sqm) of modern office space is the largest market in Central Europe, followed by Budapest, Prague and Bratislava, according the a report by Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL).
Ukrainian state energy company Naftogaz joined Polish oil and gas firm PGNiG in a court case challenging the EU's decision to give Russia's Gazprom more access to the Opal gas pipeline in Germany.
Poland’s deputy Prime Minister, Mateusz Morawiecki, has said it is “very likely” the US liquid gas may in the near future help diversify the nation’s energy sources.
Europe is clearly divided into two speeds when it comes to the internet and its use by citizens, companies and governments.
In Lithuania, public holidays are an opportunity for many Lithuanians to take advantage of a day off and go shopping in Poland.
The Polish government has given the go-ahead for the development of the Vistula River to be a major European navigable waterway.