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12JAN 2018
Polish Current Events

Polish Current Events

Polish electronic-leaning festival Unsound , which gets underway today (October 11) and continues until next weekend, has been forced to reorganize a concert by Current 93 after accusations of satanism were made against founder David Tibet. The act were due to play St Catherine s Church in Krakow on…
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02JAN 2018
What is a dynamic economy?

What is a dynamic economy?

When the country was in recession, the job market nationwide and in the district appeared to be inactive. Indeed, even after the recession was officially over—determined by increased output, not employment growth—net employment figures languished in what economists and others called a jobless recovery…
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23DEC 2017
Poland Economist

Poland Economist

By E.H.B. THE small Polish town of Pacanow has survived wars, revolutions and floods. It is a nondescript place, but it has one advantage over cities renowned for their cathedrals and palaces. Its own claim to fame is indestructible: it is home to Koziolek Matolek, the goat at the middle of the country’s…
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13DEC 2017
Is Poland Spring water distilled

Is Poland Spring water distilled

In a class-action lawsuit filed, consumers claim that Nestle Waters North America (Nestle), a subsidiary of Nestle S.A., falsely advertises its top-selling Poland Spring brand bottled water. The suit alleges Nestle uses heavily treated water taken from common ground water sources when bottling Poland…
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03DEC 2017
Poland market

Poland market

Poland has quite a huge market for all kind of e-business owners. Located in Central Europe, with rapidly growing all kind of e-commerce metrics Poland is set to take over the e-commerce industry. That’s why in this blog post we’re going to focus on what exactly is going on in Poland and why taking an…
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23NOV 2017
Economic Infrastructure

Economic Infrastructure

The basic physical systems of a business or nation. Transportation, communication, sewage, water and electric systems are all examples of infrastructure. These systems tend to be high-cost investments, however, they are vital to a country s economic development and prosperity. Infrastructure projects may be funded publicly, privately or through public-private partnerships…

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13NOV 2017
Info on Poland

Info on Poland

Poland The Republic of Poland – Rzeczpospolita Polska in Polish – lies in the very geographical center of Europe between, clockwise from the north, the Baltic Sea, Russia’s Kaliningrad enclave, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Germany. Its area of 312, 677 sq km (120, 725 sq miles) and population of 38, 6 million makes Poland a sizeable European…

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03NOV 2017
Economics of Poland

Economics of Poland

Despite long working hours, labour utilisation is only average due to structurally low employment. Insufficient product market competition and obstacles to internal mobility induce significant misallocation of labour resources. Employment protection is not particularly stringent, but the labour market is heavily segmented. This is likely to weigh on economic performance by…

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24OCT 2017
GDP growth Poland

GDP growth Poland

Economy | We still expect policy deterioration, including a widening of the budget deficit, under a PiS-led government. More | Fresh law on the issue remains likely under a new PiS government, but with more of the cost borne by banks. More See all Economic growth Economic growth (% unless otherwise indicated) US GDP 2.4 2.5 2.4 OECD GDP 1.8 2.1 2.3 World GDP 2.3 2.4 2.6 World…

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14OCT 2017
Exports to Poland

Exports to Poland

Image caption A Ukrainian gas installation - there are worries about winter deliveries Russia s gas supplies to Poland have dropped by 45%, Poland s state gas firm PGNiG says, amid tensions over Ukraine. The news came just hours after Poland stopped providing gas to Ukraine through reverse-flow pipelines. The Russian gas volumes were 24% lower on Tuesday and 20% lower on…

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04OCT 2017
Poland economic outlook

Poland economic outlook

Poland will post the fastest growth this year among the European Union’s largest former communist members as falling unemployment and slow inflation fuel domestic demand, the European Commission said. Poland’s economy will expand 2.9 percent this year and 3.1 percent in 2015, faster than last year’s 1.6 percent, the commission said today in its winter forecasts in Brussels…

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24SEP 2017
Polish property for sale

Polish property for sale

$57, 900 USD Arable piece of land in the village of Lekity, Jeziorna county, warminsko-mazurskie voivodeship. Only 26 km from the voivodeship’s capital Olsztyn. Halfway between two large lakes (Blanki and Luterskie). The size of this lot is 77 200 square 2, 500, € - 1, 500, € - For sale functioning production facility with the area of 5 ha : • electrical wires production…

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14SEP 2017
Polish flats

Polish flats

When the Poles arrived in Milwaukee, they started at the bottom of the social ladder. Because other groups had been there longer, the Poles were often forced to take low-paying jobs in factories. Despite this, they purchased land and built their own homes as soon as they saved enough money. The Poles of Milwaukee, along with many other immigrant groups to the United States…

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04SEP 2017
Polish trade

Polish trade

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25AUG 2017
Belgium major exports

Belgium major exports

Photo by: jorisvo Foreign trade plays a greater role in the Belgian economy than in any other EU country except Luxembourg. Exports constituted 81% of GDP in 2. Belgium s chief exports are iron and steel (semi-finished and manufactured), chemicals, textiles, machinery, road vehicles and parts, nonferrous metals, diamonds, and foodstuffs. Its imports are general manufactures…

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15AUG 2017
Special economic Zones

Special economic Zones

The Special Economic Zones (SEZ) is the result of successful connections of the needs of investors with the needs of the particular regions, in which they have been situated. Each zone is an administratively separate part of Polish territory, allocated for the running of businesses on preferential terms. A business, on entering an SEZ has the assurance of tax benefits and an…

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