Inflation in Poland, according to Eurostat, was 9.5 percent, down from 10.3 percent in July. This is the first reading below 10 percent for many months. However, inflation still remains high, with only Hungary, Czechia and Slovakia having higher inflation rates than Poland. In the EU, as a whole — not just in the eurozone […]
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled on Thursday that Poland’s forest management law violates the EU animal and bird settlement directive and prevents environmental organizations from questioning the government’s afforestation plans
The West is beginning to see that between the Oder and the Bug rivers, between the Baltic and the Tatra Mountains, there is a country that is beginning to compete with the biggest players in Europe, writes editor of Polish Sieci weekly Jacek Karnowski
A deteriorating financial situation, discrimination, low wages, job insecurity, and dangerous workplaces are among the main reasons for Poles to leave Britain, according to a study by British researchers
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