Category: Current Affairs

Poland has been upgraded as an investment market – at least in the opinion of a leading global index provider.

With the lowest fertility rates in Europe, Poland encourages family growth.

An international airport with connecting railways and roads seems like a promising project that will propel Poland into the future.

Poland had the highest nationwide turnout in the history of local elections in post-communist Poland.

Rowing crews from all over Europe competed at the first Warsaw Head International Rowing Regatta.

Poland Today shares its forecasts for the new year, including government policy, Polish GDP growth, World Cup chances as well (...)

British historian and author, Adam Zamoyski, provides insights into his life as a descendant of the ancient Polish noble Zamoyski  family (...)

All eyes are on Poland's government with its leadership changes, new policies and international relationship issues.

Former Polish Minister of Finance discussed Poland’s economic future.

A Hidden Champion is a company that is in its market one of the top three in the world or (...)

Timothy Garton Ash says Poland is one of the biggest post-communist success stories.

Polish GDP is growing at a very solid pace of around 4%. Now, the main driver is consumption, accounting for (...)

Conflicts in the ruling party, changes in the judiciary, upcoming elections - these will be the main topics of the (...)

Understanding the Polish diaspora is key to harnessing Poland's full potential

President Donald J. Trump stopped in Warsaw, Poland last week before heading to the G20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany.

President of the Polish Economic Society says Poland’s economy needs a shot of caffeine.

In the midst of economic turmoil and political uncertainty, experts and representatives from Poland and abroad came together in CEE (...)

Public takeovers and attempts to void privatisations are hitting Poland’s image abroad and putting some investors in ‘wait and see’ (...)

Polish GDP growth disappointed in the second part of 2016, but could increase slightly this year.

As Polish political parties get in gear for another electoral season next year, cracks could start to show in the (...)

The Polish economy abruptly decelerated in the first quarter of 2016. This was mainly due to a slowdown in investment (...)

Will China’s strategic interest in central Europe give Poland the geopolitical importance it has always lacked?