Obserwator Finansowy features views and analysis of economy in Poland and other countries, written by some of the best journalists, economists and analysts. Our mission is to share knowledge of economics and financial markets in the world.
Obserwator Finansowy is a project under aegis of the Poland’s central bank, Narodowy Bank Polski. We have published thousands of articles about the Polish and global economy. Our journalists have conducted hundreds of interviews with Nobel laureates, distinguished economists, business leaders and politicians with views across the political spectrum.
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Polish politicians propose equal conditions for both foreign and Polish investors, and discuss the idea of replacing the PIT and CIT with a tax on revenues.
So far British company Mineco has invested around USD55m in mining projects in Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
German car maker Daimler AG will open a Mercedes Benz Manufacturing (MBM) engine factory near the town of Jawor, according to the daily Rzeczpospolita.
Inflation in Poland should reach 1.5 per cent in the Q3’2017, i.e. the lower band of deviation from the 2.5 per cent inflation target.
The construction industry in Poland is recovering after a weak performance since 2011, according to a report by Timetric’s Construction Intelligence Centre (CIC).
Supporters of the Danube-Oder-Elbe water corridor, a huge project that appears to have been suspended, are now reportedly mulling a smaller water canal project on the Oder River to would make it navigable from northern...
The announced construction of a new gas pipeline, the Nord Stream 2, raises questions about the economic and political power of Russia and Gazprom.
Baltic energy companies are active against the backdrop of an ever-present regional threat.
The last decade has brought a dynamic increase in the number and value of investments carried out by Polish companies abroad.
A liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal and a planned pipeline from Poland’s northern coast to Norway would make Poland less reliant on Russian supplies, government and utility leaders said on March 21st.