Tag: Polish economy

22
Nov

Black Friday – the increase can reach as much as 70 percent.

In 2017, the worldwide value of online retail sales amounted to over $ 2 trillion, and by 2021, it is expected to increase more than double and reach almost $ 5 trillion. One of the factors driving the development of e-commerce is the growing popularity of sales, which generate additional traffic on websites and increase the turnover of stores.Continue Reading..

16
Aug

The interest in investing in Poland is not weakening.

Foreign companies are betting on Poland. Many big investors have announced that this year it will launch new projects in Polish cities. Motor vehicle investments and the new services sector dominate.Continue Reading..

16
Jun

From July 1, China significantly lower duties on almost 1,500 products.

The Chinese finance ministry announced on Thursday that on 1 July it would lower tariffs on 1449 consumer goods, including clothing and footwear, household appliances, food and cosmetics, to stimulate imports, to continue opening the economy and increase its competitiveness.

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14
Jun

The KNF warns about the risk in the currency market.

Experts warn against reckless investments in virtual currencies. The KNF is launching an information campaign in which potential investors will also be warned about the risks associated with the Forex market.

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22
May

Compact apartments are a market hit in Poland.

The interest in small apartments has always been very large, but since the market has soared. investment purchases, small premises are almost in demand.

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17
Mar

Entering the euro zone would pay off to Poland.

More and more countries of the new EU are planning to enter the monetary union. Romania, Bulgaria and Croatia are preparing for this. The more countries join the euro area, the worse situation will be for those that will stay out of it.

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09
Mar

Emigration to Poland. Ukrainians are delighted.

Almost 90 percent migrants from Ukraine praise the standard of living in Poland. They feel good here, easily find a job – and many want to stay on the Vistula forever. The work of Ukrainians is usually attracted to Poland, but not only.

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14
Feb

Foreign employees are budget support.

Foreign employees began to fill the gap in the Social Insurance Institution’s finances. The job department wants to facilitate their employment.

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12
Feb

In 2018, the higher subjective exemption limit in VAT was maintained!

In accordance with the decision of the Council of the European Union, the limit of subjective exemption in VAT, which amounted to PLN 150,000, was to be maintained until the end of 2018. However, at the request of Poland, the European Commission has been granted permission to increase the limit in 2017 to PLN 200,000 and to maintain it for 2018. Further extension of this period will depend on the amounts provided in Directive 2006/112 / EC in 2018 and possible re-submission by Poland, an application to extend the current limit.

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03
Jan

Economic growth in Poland is much higher than expected.

The economic growth in Poland in 2017 will amount to 4.2 percent. GDP, and in 2018, 3.8 percent. GDP – results from the autumn economic forecasts of the European Commission presented today. This is much better than Brussels predicted in spring.
In May, the Commission expected that Poland’s GDP would go up this year by 3.5 percent, and next year by 3.2 percent.

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