PiS-dominated watchdog fines US-owned station for “promoting illegal activities and encouraging behaviour that threatens security".
Ruling Law and Justice moves to take decisive influence on appointing judges in the country’s judiciary.
Reserves fall 0.3% m/m but are down 12.8% y/y.
The choice of Morawiecki may be PiS’ attempt to gain better traction abroad after a series of blows.
Populists in all three countries have whipped up resistance to the bloc’s relocation plan. The Czechs have accepted just 12 designated migrants in two years, while the Poles and Hungarians have allowed in none.
Poland’s PMI rose 0.8 points to 54.2 in October.
The surging CPI will likely fuel speculation of a shortening timeline for a change in interest rates.
Investments disappoint as private sector hampered by persisting uncertainty over business environment.
Railway tender and second phase of Chinese Investment Cooperation Fund announced at opening of China-CEE 16+1 summit in Budapest.
President Andrzej Duda’s revised proposals have heightened concerns about the populist PIS’s plans to put the judiciary under political control.
The strong industrial production growth is a harbinger of another quarter of fast economic growth in October-December.
Polish retail sales grew 7.1% y/y in constant prices in October, compared to 7.5% in September.
Central European region benefits from strong private demand, recovering investment, and robust activity in the Eurozone.
The data show that the inflation rate might have slowed down but this is unlikely to prove a lasting trend.
An estimated 45,000-60,000 marched through downtown Warsaw brandishing fascist symbols and shouting extreme rightwing slogans.