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Section: Warsaw Business Journal (Poland)

    New initiative to employ Ukrainians legally inaugurated
    Apr20

    New initiative to employ Ukrainians legally inaugurated

    A new campaign aimed at ensuring fair and transparent employment for Ukrainian workers called “Partnership and employment” was inaugurated during the Baltic Business Forum in Świnoujście on April 20. Both Polish and Ukrainian employers’ organizations and employment agencies have joined the initiative which seeks to eliminate unfair...

    Development ministry: 1.2-1.5 mln Ukrainian workers came to Poland last year
    Mar22

    Development ministry: 1.2-1.5 mln Ukrainian workers came to Poland last year

    Last year, between 1.2-1.5 million workers from Ukraine came to Poland, according to the Minister of Development Jerzy Kwieciński. “Last year, our system received about 1.8 million applications from Ukrainian nationals, but it is difficult to say how many of these people have taken a job. We estimate that figure to be between 1.2-1.5 million…...

    PGNiG to double exports to Ukraine
    Nov14

    PGNiG to double exports to Ukraine

    WSE-listed gas giant PGNiG hopes to increase its sales to Ukraine twofold this year to 700-800 million cubic meters, company’s Deputy CEO Maciej Woźniak said. At end-Q3, PGNiG sold 430 million cubic meters to Kiev. In order to boost sales, the company is planning to launch a second connection via Czechia and Slovakia on top… This content is...

    NBP: Immigrants from Ukraine to reach 1.2 million at end-2017
    Nov14

    NBP: Immigrants from Ukraine to reach 1.2 million at end-2017

    The number of immigrants from the Ukraine in Poland will reach 1.2 million at the end of 2017, according to the Central Bank NBP’s forecasts. In the coming years, that figure should increase by 0.2-0.3 million people per annum. “At the end of this year, the number of immigrants from Ukraine may amount to about 1.2 million people – about 4...

    Gaz-System to invest PLN 11.5 bln in gas infrastructure by 2022
    Oct27

    Gaz-System to invest PLN 11.5 bln in gas infrastructure by 2022

    Natural gas operator Gaz-System will spend a total of PLN 11.5 billion by 2022 on expanding its gas infrastructure, the firm’s CEO Tomasz Stępień said. The investment includes PLN 4.2 billion earmarked for the Baltic Pipe program of connecting the Polish gas network to the Norwegian continental shelf via the Danish gas system. PLN 1.7...

    Polish and Ukrainian infrastructure ministers sign memorandum for Via Carpathia
    Oct24

    Polish and Ukrainian infrastructure ministers sign memorandum for Via Carpathia

    The Minister of Infrastructure and Construction Andrzej Adamczyk and the Ukrainian Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelyan have signed a memorandum of cooperation for the Via Carpathia route, that will form a part of the TEN-T passageways. Adamczyk stressed that including Via Carpathia in TEN-T will help procure financing for the investment…....

    Saakasvhili stranded on Polish-Ukrainian border for hours.
    Sep11

    Saakasvhili stranded on Polish-Ukrainian border for hours.

    Former Georgian President and governor of the Ukrainian region of Odessa Mikheil Saakashvili, was stranded on the Polish-Ukrainian border for hours before his supporters helped him force his way into the country. Saakashvili was traveling by train which was stopped in Przemyśl as Ukrainian border guards denied him entry. He was joined by hundreds...

    WSE to exclude B.A.C.D. shares. Suspends 4 other companies
    Aug09

    WSE to exclude B.A.C.D. shares. Suspends 4 other companies

    The Warsaw Stock Exchange suspended trading of four companies – Chinese shoe soles producer Fenghua SoleTech, and car part manufacturer JJ Auto, as well as Czech coking coal producer New World Resources and Ukrainian coal miner Sadovaya Group. All of the companies failed to disclose current and previous financial reports, and for most of them,…...

    Balczun steps down as the CEO of Ukrainian railway operator
    Aug09

    Balczun steps down as the CEO of Ukrainian railway operator

    Wojciech Balczun resigned from his post as the CEO of the state-owned railway operator Ukrzaliznytsia, citing personal reasons. “He made this decision personally, and I respect his decision. “Whatever may be said by anyone, throughout this year there have also been positive changes. I want to thank him for his work. I understand that he… This...

    Pesa wins €50 mln tram contract with Kiev
    Jul18

    Pesa wins €50 mln tram contract with Kiev

    Rolling stock producer Pesa signed a €50 million deal for the delivery of 40 low-floor trams to Kiev, Pesa said in a market filing. “This is a great pride for us, but also a confirmation of the good opinions of passengers and the carrier regarding our products. The trams delivered so far to Kyiv have… This content is for Silver 6 months, Gold 1...

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