Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki met with Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger on Sept. 8 in Gdańsk to discuss Poland’s potential as a location for Intel’s future chip factories, which would amount to tens of billions in investment. “We received around 70 location proposals and three of them are in Poland. PM Morawiecki was a good salesman […]
Three senior managers from the state oil giant PKN Orlen, including Jacek Krawiec, its CEO between 2008 and 2015, were detained by Poland’s Anti-Corruption Agency (CBA). They are accused of failures over a lack of due diligence in regards to transactions made by the company.
Poland’s largest liberal newspaper “Gazeta Wyborcza” released “a bomb” in the guise of the Jarosław Kaczyński tapes. However, the tapes held nothing compromising and the newspaper became the laughing stock of Poland.
Czech billionaire Daniel Křetínský will soon decide whether to sell Eurozet which George Soros is interested in taking over. Grzegorz Górny explains why the fate of the Polish media group will be decided in Prague and not Warsaw.
The easy part of Poland’s economic growth is over, now Polish companies have to operate on foreign markets. Maciej Stańczuk explains how the Polish economy should move forward over the next thirty years.
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