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Paweł Borys, president of Polish Development Fund (PFR) talks to Juliusz Kłosowski (excerpts):
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Poland may face actual financial consequences for not taking in refugees within the EU relocation program no sooner than in four-five-year's time.
Polish local authorities are not planning to dismiss large groups of teachers before 2018 local authority election and will reduce the number of individual teachers' working hours instead.
As many as 63% of Poles admit to having savings.
Foreign investors are attracted to Poland by the high rate of return on invested capital but are getting deterred by unpredictable economic policy and quick changes to the law.
Poland’s imports are likely to continue to grow faster than exports in the coming months.
The Polish government will allow public healthcare units to provide commercial services once the limit of publicly funded services runs out.
Raiffeisen Bank International will have to float its Polish unit Raiffeisen Polbank on the Warsaw Stock Exchange by end-June.
Warsaw Stock Exchange operator GPW’s new deputy CEO Jaroslaw Grzywinski will most likely be responsible for the area of business and development.
Poland’s special-purpose vehicle for building cheap rental and rent-to-own housing BGKN has signed conditional agreements with private companies on building ca. 3.800 apartments in four locations
Private equity and venture capital funds operating in Poland have yet to recognize the value of obtaining a credit rating, and one useful tool in making that happen could be rating evaluation service.
The Polish government is considering consolidation of hotels and spas owned by state companies into a Polish Hotel Holding
Listed chemicals group Azoty is seeing similar demand for fertilizers this year as last year.
Listed bank Alior, controlled by state insurer PZU, will assemble a new management board without paying attention to the outgoing CEO Wojciech Sobieraj’s recommendations
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