Central and Southeast European (CSE) spending on robotics and related services will grow to more than USD4.2bn in 2020, according to the International Data Corporation (IDC).
In the first three quarters of 2018, CSE’s combined exports to China totaled USD17.6bn, a record high and up by over 20 per cent y/y. But the region has been racking up a large trade deficit with the Asian nation.
According to Wiktor Doktór, the co-founder of the BSS index platform (Business Support Services), smaller Polish university cities are considered as a location for large outsourcing centers of financial sector services.
Almost 7 out of 10 internet users in the UE countries made online purchases during the past year. The most popular types of goods purchased online include clothes and sports equipment.
In November 2018, Danish national transmission system operator Energinet and Polish state transmission system operator Gaz-System S.A. took the final decision to commence the construction of the Baltic Pipe project.
The Poland’s “constitution for business” goal is to simplify procedures for people setting up and running their own businesses.
Against the background of deteriorating relations between the United States and China, the European Union's strong economic ties with the two countries pose a serious dilemma.
Polish universities want to regain 107 Polish scientists working abroad as part of the first edition of the Polish Returns Program. The research teams they will build aim to create a new quality in the Polish science.
The demographic crisis and the automation of the labor market are the key challenges for the Polish economy in the coming decades. Facing them will require extraordinary solutions.
Labor costs have been rising at the fast rate, but they still are only 12.6 per cent of the operating costs. Poland has large pockets of underpaid labor in the economy, says Piotr Boguszewski, PhD.