Poland remains the standout investment performer across the Central Eastern Europe (CEE) region with over 4.5 billion EUR transacted in 2016. Why not read ‘Poland Investment Market View H2 2016’.
Piotr Mirowski, Partner, Director CEE Investment Services Poland, Colliers International, tells that foreign investors’ interest is growing and leading to a more diversified market with more depth and liquidity
The Baltic Business Forum entered into its’ 8th edition near the fantastic seaside resort of Swinoujscie, adjacent to the sunny Baltic seaside close to Germany. As in the 7 years before, it hosted many guests from Business and Politics to discuss in-depth what is going on in Poland and Europe,... Read More →
At the beginning of June, the Sejm (the lower chamber of the Polish parliament) adopted amendments to the Renewable Energy Sources Act, introduced by the national-conservative PiS party. This law has been adopted from the previous Parliament last year, with the objective to replace the support system of the green... Read More →
The industrial production in April with a growth of 6 percent was higher than the result in the corresponding month of the previous year. However, according to the data of the Central Statistical Office GUS, it dropped by 3.1 percent in a monthly comparison. A total of 24 of all... Read More →
The government wants to stop the sale of agricultural land for 5 years The Department of Agriculture has released the draft of the law in the Official Journal BIP that will regulate an agricultural land transaction from 1st May, 2016. It is titled ‘Law on the setting of selling real... Read More →
The national conservative Law and Justice Party (PiS) of Jaroslaw Kaczynski took over the government at a time when the Polish economy is growing steadily. Economists have warned they could ruin this development. After revising its data, including seasonal factors, the statistics authority GUS has reported in early December that... Read More →
The European Commission has in its Autumn forecast, estimated that the economic growth in Poland has increased. While the Commission had estimated in the Spring that the economic growth would be 3.3%, its forecast has been adjusted to 3.5%. For the coming year, Brussels expects economic growth of 3.5%. Poland... Read More →
According to the Central Statistical Office GUS the gross domestic product (GDP) rose by 3.3 percent in the second quarter. At the same rate grew the domestic demand, which was an essential factor in the growth of gross domestic product. Another positive impact was the overall consumption: + 1.9 per... Read More →
In September 2015, the official unemployment rate, for the first time in 7 years, reached the single-digit level of 9.9%. But within this figure, regional differences can be seen. In Lower Silesia unemployment was 9%, the lowest in Poland since 1999.