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CJEU’s Verdict in Favor of Swiss Franc Loan Holders

In a verdict issued on December 14, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) disarmed banks in their battle against Swiss franc loan holders (frankowicze). This effectively dismantled the concept proposed by...

CJEU Ruling Could Decimate Polish Banking Sector

On Thursday, December 14, another significant ruling from the CJEU (Court of Justice of the European Union) concerning the settlements of franc borrowers with banks is expected. This could further strengthen the position of...

New Polish Government Embarks on Strategic Review of CPK Project

- "The future of the Central Transportation Hub (CPK) will be decided in a transparent manner," announced Donald Tusk in his speech yesterday and emphasized that independent experts will be involved in the decision-making...

Europe’s Dependency on Critical Raw Materials Raises Concerns

The energy transition will not be possible without critical raw materials. Cobalt, lithium, nickel and other metals are vital for changing the way we produce and use energy, indispensable for everything from electric vehicles...

President Andrzej Duda Appoints Donald Tusk’s Government

President Andrzej Duda appointed the Council of Ministers, selected by the Sejm, with Prime Minister Donald Tusk and received their oaths of office. Speaker of the Sejm Szymon Hołownia participated in the ceremony at...

Poland among the worst countries in the EU in terms of implementing directives

So far, Poland has been one of the last in the European Union in terms of the number of directives that have not been implemented on time. However, it has fared better in the...

Electromobility Throws Poland’s Automotive Sector into Turmoil

Most car manufacturers declare that they will be ready by 2035 for the obligation to introduce only zero-emission vehicles into circulation. However, the problem will lie with the manufacturers of parts and components, as...

Electrification of the fleet will be a challenge for garages and spare parts manufacturers....

Based on forecasts by Roland Berger consultancy and the European Association of Automotive Suppliers (CLEPA), there will be more electric cars than combustion engine cars on European roads, but only by 2038. However, the...

TSL Industry Grapples with Financial Challenges Amidst Rising Costs, Declining Demand

Wage pressure, rising fuel and energy prices, inflation and unstable interest rates - these are the challenges currently facing the TSL (transport, freight and logistics) industry. Its problems are reflected in the database of...

CJEU Ruling Invalidates Supreme Court Resolution, Clearing the Way for Borrowers to Demand Interest...

In today's ruling, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) rectified errors committed by the Supreme Court in its resolution of May 7, 2021 (III CZP 7/21). This resolution, having the force...

The European Blue Deal (Blue Order) is a chance for Poland

The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) continues working under the slogan "Call for Blue Deal". The Blue Deal is intended to be the water equivalent of the Green Deal. The EESC has recognized...

Polish and Ukrainian companies join forces to solve the transport crisis

The transportation crisis at the Ukrainian-Polish border is causing losses for many companies. Polish and Ukrainian businesses are creating a platform for dialogue to reach a consensus. The Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers (ZPP) and...

Foreigners from Asia and Africa increasingly choose Poland as a destination for economic migration

The production, logistics, warehousing, trade, and transport sectors are attracting the most interest among candidates from Asia and Africa who choose Poland as their destination for economic migration. The majority of applications come from...

Changes to EU treaties will be the biggest constitutional reform in the history of...

Changes in two key European Union treaties are a topic that has been stirring controversy in Poland for months, not only among politicians. The European Parliament has proposed in them that more decisions should...
Dr. Grzegorz Brona, President of the Management Board of Creotech Instruments S.A.

Creotech Instruments to Lead European Lunar Mapping Mission

The offer of the Polish consortium, led by Creotech Instruments, was selected on November 24, 2023, by the European Space Agency (ESA) to prepare the Phase 0/A for the most important European mission related...
Andrzej Dulka

Poland Needs to Bridge Competency Gap to Stay Competitive in Digital Economy

Cybersecurity competencies are currently the most sought-after technological skills, especially in the Central and Eastern Europe region, and the competency gap in this area has intensified further following Russia's aggression against Ukraine, as reported...
Szymon Dziak-Czekan

Russian Plastic Flooding Polish Market, Threatening Domestic Recycling Industry

The recycling industry in Poland is currently on the brink of bankruptcy. Over 70% of recyclers had to reduce their processing capacities this year, and 30% have already had to shut down their operations,...

The future of transport will be friendly and close to residents

"The future of transport will be friendly and close to the residents," says Prof. Dr. Eng. Andrzej Szarata, Rector of the Cracow University of Technology. He points out that so-called new mobility, i.e., transport...
dr Sławomir Dudek

Unlocking funds from the National Recovery Plan: A critical task for the new Polish...

Unlocking funds from the National Recovery Plan will be one of the most critical tasks for the new government. There is very little time left to allocate these resources. The disbursement of approximately 158...

EU Cloud Cybersecurity Regulations Contain Many Pitfalls that Could Hinder Technology Development

Collaboration between nations and businesses to protect cloud solutions from cyberattacks is crucial and demands prudent regulation. However, the cloud cybersecurity certification program (EUCS) proposed by the European Commission and ENISA contains many potential...

Polish companies becoming increasingly aware of cyber threats associated with AI

Artificial intelligence (AI) can be used both for cyberattacks and for defending against them. According to a study by EY - "How Polish Companies...
Anna Głowacz, Head of Industrial Agency, AXI IMMO

Poland’s Industrial Market in 2023 – slower, but not weaker

After the very successful years of 2021 and 2022, known as the golden period of development of the industrial market in Poland, 2023 was...
Anna Głowacz, Head of Industrial Agency, AXI IMMO

Polish industrial market 2023 overview and outlook for 2024

Poland's industrial sector slowed in 2023, but the market hopes to rebound in 2024. After the peak of take-up and supply in the so-called...


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XTB shatters records in 2023 with a PLN 791.3 million profit...

312,000 new customers acquired in 2023, over 77,000 in Q4 alone A 51.0% increase in the number of active customers to 408,500 Q4...
Ben Laidler, eToro’s Global Market Strategist

The strange anatomy of global debt

DEBT: Global debt trends matter and the current levels are eye-poppingly high. However there are big differences across the segments of governments, companies, or...