The governing Law and Justice (PiS) is weighing up legislation that could swing Poland’s energy mix in the direction of coal, shale and possibly biomass.
CE Financial Observer talks with Prof. Aurelia Nowicka from the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań and Alicja Adamczak, PhD, the President of the Polish Patent Office.
CE Financial Observer talks with Maciej Bukowski, the President of Warsaw Institute for Economic Studies (WISE).
Lukoil, Russia’s largest private oil company, will sell 230 petrol stations in Poland and the CEE region.
Poland is the best in the region in terms of finalized transactions in commercial real estate.
Kompania Węglowa, which was on the brink of bankruptcy, is in talks with trade unions over wage cuts
Poland is probably the best country to find capital for interesting projects in advanced technologies, says Maciej Sadowski from the StartUp Hub Poland foundation.
The Polish government has started analytical works on merging oil&gas sector firms PKN Orlen, Lotos and PGNiG, but critics dismiss the idea as a non-starter.
Cheap gas from Russia is a problem for Poland but it does not bother Germany or the Czech Republic.
It may surprise some, but Poland's furniture assembly lines have made the country a production powerhouse, the fourth biggest manufacturer of furniture in the world.