Friday, March 1, 2024


Aashruti Tripathy is a 27-year-old student from Nepal, who came to Poland for an Erasmus Mundus master’s scholarship at the University of Łódź. She...

Italian Masters

The Wawel Royal Castle in Kraków announced that the exceptional work of the Renaissance master Giovanni Bellini – “Madonna and Child”, will join the...

The Iron Claw

Sean Durkin, an independent film director and producer known from the critically acclaimed “Martha Marcy May Marlene” and “The Nest”, comes back with a...

Polish songs by Aga Zaryan

Polish jazz singer Aga Zaryan will give an unusual performance at Szczecin Philharmonic, showing a completely new side of her artistic expression. The repertoire...

Memento Mori

Depeche Mode extended its Memento Mori international tour and after concerts in Europe, Mexico, Canada and the USA, announced 29 new performances in Europe...

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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