Emerging Europe has a growing number of female politicians taking a stand against corruption and authoritarianism.
It has been an exceptional month for commodity markets, with growing inflation expectations increasing investor interest in the assets. Meanwhile, fundamental developments, particularly in the oil market, have only provided a further boost.
Poland will transfer €33bn worth of assets from private pension funds back within the state-run system.
Law and Justice's attempt to build national champions in the banking and energy sectors will make the Polish economy even more state and party dominated.
The index’s expansion strengthens the outlook for recovery in Poland’s manufacturing sector in 2021.
Analysts diverge on strength of economic recovery expected from Q2 onwards.
Vice-president Jourova says Hungary and Poland could soon have EU budget money withheld if they continue to violate rule of law.
Different retirement ages for men and women lead to lower pensions for women despite reforms in 2019-2020, says World Bank report.
Calendar effects subdue growth, which is expected to pick up as German economy recovers.
Crackdown on democracy and civil society during pandemic accompanied by increase in hate speech by politicians finds ILGA-Europe report.
As leading EU countries lobby Germany to stop the construction of Nord Stream 2, the same countries have been dramatically increasing their imports of Russian gas as a cold snap sweeps the Continent
Unemployment growth has been modest and a return to tight labour markets is expected as economies recover from the coronacrisis.
Poland's central bank has just released balance of payments data for December and posted a moderate €0.4bn current account surplus,. That translates to a record-high GDP surplus of 3.6% for 2020 as a whole
Rising inflationary pressure seen as unlikely to lead to tighter monetary policy.
The reading shows Poland’s economy taking a dip again after recovering in the third quarter after the spring COVID-19 lockdown.
Polish electric power retailer Innogy, an E.ON company, will wrap up its electric car sharing service Innogy Go! in mid-March, the company said this week.
Readers saw black screens and newspaper pages as independent media confront new threat.
The COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic-induced recession in Poland is one of the “mildest in the world,” the Polish Prime minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on February 9.
Outlook for the job market and for further wage growth is improving following weeks of near-complete lockdown.
Games developer says security breach did not compromise players' personal data.