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Polish purchase of the American Patriot anti-missile system, dubbed the "contract of the century", is worth approximately 30 billion zloty. However, there is still uncertainty as to when it will actually happen and whether the Polish armed forces will actually receive the hardware they were expectin
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Polish companies are taking advantage of the new restructuring law.
Poland could seriously suffer if brexit negotiations between the UK and the EU fail.
Over 197.600 Poles submitted motions for assessing their right to pension until September 29.
South Korea-owned Polish confectioner Lotte Wedel will spend nearly PLN 200 million by 2019 on building out its Warsaw factory.
Irish airline Ryanair and Hungarian Wizz Air have recently decided to suspend flights on seven routes from Poland.
Poland's defense industry heavyweight PGZ plans to boost its meager export revenues by offering modernization of aged Soviet-made military equipment.
Some of the Polish banks which have recently experienced a reshuffle in the top management structure may be in for a change of strategy.
Poland's top bank PKO BP is said to be building a "supermarket" of motor insurance offers for retail clients.
Poland and other countries must observe international standards set by the Council of Europe and the Venice Commission.
Poland's ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) does not want a "war" with the country's president Andrzej Duda.
Ruling party will remove Lukasz Rzepecki from its parliamentary caucus.
The Polish government should introduce a partial limit on Sunday trade as of January 1 2018.
The Polish government will double the level of annual income qualifying for a 50% earned income deduction for artists and other creative professions.
Through sharing office resources, micro enterprises, startups, and freelancers are gaining access to top-class work infrastructure using countrywide online office transaction platforms.
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