The reading is an upward revision of 0.3pp versus the flash estimate published in mid-May.
Poland’s industrial production growth skyrocketed 44.5% year on year at constant prices in April 2021, in line with predictions for a sharp rise in activity compared to April 2020.
Poland is in for another major tussle with the EU after the bloc’s top court issued an interim measure to stop lignite mining at the Turow mine near the border with Czechia.
April reading marks the fourth consecutive expansion of the index after a 10-month streak of falls or zero growth in factory gate prices.
The Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) has rejected the findings of the IEA report released last week, instead projecting that gas will increase its share in the global energy mix to 28% from 23% today.
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Montenegro has the best legal and policy environment for LGBTI people in the emerging Europe region, ILGA-Europe's latest Rainbow Europe Map shows.
Poland is about to reopen nearly in full this month in line with the vaccinations being rolled out to more and more people.
bne IntelliNews has introduced a new index, the bne Car Ownership/Age index (bneCOR), that cuts through the contradictions and paints a much clearer picture of just how far the middle class has come in each country.
A middle class is emerging in New Europe but to get a handle on how far the process has gone and what the differences are between each country bne IntelliNews took a look at the icon of middle-class status: car ownership.
An economic recovery of around 3%-4% is expected in 2021, driven by household consumption, on the back of faster wage growth and unemployment returning to normal.
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Bucharest Nine virtual summit took place weeks after Russian military exercises along Ukraine’s border raised tensions in the Black Sea area.
Demand for labour is expected to shoot up, as the economy is reopening in quick stages throughout May.
Launched in 2011, Grouper serves more than 200,000 customers in cooperation with over 3,000 companies that sell their products and services online.
European Human Rights Court says company could not get a fair trial because of illegal government appointments to Constitutional Tribunal.
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Advocates General says disciplinary measures could damage judges’ independence by allowing the government to punish them for their rulings.