The transition towards low-carbon energy in Central and Southeast Europe (CSE) opens up new investment opportunities via innovative, cost-effective technologies.
The 2019 Economic Freedom Report by The Heritage Foundation shows that the world seems to be at a crossroads — it may continue on the path of economic freedom or it may return to hindered growth and development.
The slowdown of productivity is a fact, said Professor Adam Glapiński, Governor of Poland's central bank NBP, during the 8th Annual NBP Conference on the Future of the European Economy.
Four countries of Central and Southeast Europe are considered as advanced economies in the World Economic Forum The Inclusive Development rating: Czech Republic, Slovenia, Slovakia and Estonia.
W "nowej normalności" to wiedza, kapitał ludzki, badania i rozwój są źródłem wzrostu gospodarczego. Inwestycje zagraniczne, wydajność i fundusze europejskie są już elementem przeszłości.
In a “new normal world” knowledge, human capital and R&D are sources of economic growth. FDI, productivity and EU funds are the elements of the past.
Foreign direct investment in Europe hit a record high in 2016, with 5,845 FDI projects and 259,673 new jobs, according to the 2017 edition of the EY European attractiveness survey.
Digitization is the key to maintaining banks’ profitability in the coming years, and Poland is the CEE leader.
Poland should not treat digitization as something for the future or limit itself to supporting start-ups and technological clusters.
2015 was the biggest M&A year ever, with the global value of USD4.304 trillion. Some Polish companies are mature enough to take active part in this market, not only in Poland but abroad said Grzegorz Piechowiak and Anna...