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Thursday, July 18, 2024

Simplifying Cross-Border Currency Transactions for Businesses

Poland is quickly emerging as a leading fintech hub in Central-Eastern Europe, and Okoora, an innovative fintech startup, is making its mark in this...

What’s happening on Poland’s Belarusian border?

The recent death of a Polish soldier stabbed at the fence by a Moroccan migrant has put the already fraught Poland-Belarus border area under...

Clean Transport Zone in Warsaw

From 1 July 2024 diesel cars over 18 years old and petrol cars over 27 years old are banned from Warsaw centre. This is...

Polish Army Biomedical Uniform

The consortium of the Military University of Technology as the leader, the Military Institute of Medicine and TELDAT Sp. z o.o., with financial support...

IMPACT LEADERS: Hadley Dean, Founder MDC²

Welcome to Impact Leaders with Magda Petryniak. Today’s guest is Hadley Dean, Founder of MDC².Hadley is a true powerhouse in the world of industrial...

Highlights from the Railway Direction Days 2023

Almost 4,500 km of High Speed Railway lines are planned for the Three Seas Region. The first sections should be launched as early as 2028. During Railway Direction Days in Warsaw, a cooperation agreement was signed by representatives of Centralny Port Komunikacyjny, Rail Baltica and Správa železnic. According to the investor schedules, by 2028, the time of the planned launch of the first stage of the CPK airport, the first section of the Warsaw – Łódź HSR being planned by CPK should already be operational, as well as the completion of modernization of the Rail Baltica route by PKP PLK from the Lithuanian border via Białystok to Warsaw.

Sylwia Ziemacka from Poland Weekly talked to Paweł Jabłońśki, Undersecretary of State and Government Plenipotentiary for the Three Seas Initiative, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Poland; Mikołaj Wild, CEO of CPK; Karen Letten and Antonio Beltrán Arranz, Associate Directors at Steer Group; Catherine Trautmann, The European Coordinator for the NSB Corridor.

Sylwia Ziemacka
Sylwia Ziemacka
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