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Saturday, September 30, 2023

Will WIBOR loans follow the Swiss franc legal path?

Disputes over mortgages denominated in Swiss francs have long dominated a certain type of court case in Poland, placing a significant burden on the...

Patchwork capitalism in CEE

Below are some of the highlights from the SGH and Economic Forum Report, a cyclical publication that since 2018 has summarized the most important...

Which Polish companies are interested in Ukraine?

Polish companies from, among others, the mining and transport sectors are interested in investing in Ukraine, said Deputy Minister of Funds and Regional Policy...

Working on Green jobs

When the US are celebrating the first anniversary of the Inflation Reduction Act and achieving more than 170,000 new green jobs, Europe is still...

A leap forward for Deep Tech in CEE

Welcome to StartUP with Poland, where we zoom in on what’s currently hot in the Polish startup ecosystem by speaking with key players. In...

Long live Franco-Polish business champions

Poland is one of the largest and most important economic partners for France in Central and Eastern Europe. Our mutual economic relations have a long tradition and began long before Poland joined the European Union. France, according to the latest NBP data, is the second largest foreign investor, taking into account the origin of the parent company. There are nearly 1,100 companies with French capital. The cumulative value of French investments in Poland amounts to 88 billion zlotys (approx. 20 billion euros), and foreign companies provide more than a third of all investment spending in Poland. French companies created over 200,000 direct jobs and at least as many indirect ones – at suppliers, local partners, etc. Nearly 100% of all employees in companies with French capital in Poland are Poles and in most of them the leading positions on management boards are also held by Poles.

Sylwia Ziemacka from Poland Weekly talked to Joanna Jaroch-Pszeniczna, General Director of the French-Polish Chamber of Commerce.

Sylwia Ziemacka
Sylwia Ziemacka
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