The most recent data on food waste is from 2006 and is covered in the 2010 BIOIS report. The report estimates that Europeans waste 89.3 million tons of food annually.
Some blame government for crises, others the free market. Both groups are wrong, argues Alex J. Pollock, an American philosopher of economics.
There are many structural and regulatory changes going on in the banking sector worldwide, including in Poland. The level of competition may decrease after the planned mergers are finalized.
Stalowa Wola, Rzeszów, Mielec, Kraśnik, Dębica — right before the outbreak of World War II (WWII) new factories were being opened each month in the Central Industrial District.
In 2017, a record amount of USD3.5bn was invested in Central and Southeast Europe (CSE) by private equity and venture capital funds. 71 per cent of this amount was spent in Poland, which is the regional leader.
The costs of waste collection are rapidly increasing in dozens of Polish cities and municipalities as a result of the European Union's policy and the reform of the waste management system adopted in 2013.
Cutting edge technology is revolutionizing the rules the financial sector has operated under so far. The institutions that will only evolve instead of undergoing a revolution could disappear from the market.
According to the estimates of the World Health Organization (WHO), 9 out of 10 people around the world breathe polluted air. City dwellers started suing the authorities for the lack of effective policies to tackle smog.
The slowdown of productivity is a fact, said Professor Adam Glapiński, Governor of Poland's central bank NBP, during the 8th Annual NBP Conference on the Future of the European Economy.
In the majority of the developed economies women's wages are on average lower than men's. In Poland, these differences are relatively small compared with the other European Union member states.