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Section: Warsaw Business Journal (Poland)

    Report: A quarter of Polish companies is willing to pay Ukrainian workers more than Poles
    May28

    Report: A quarter of Polish companies is willing to pay Ukrainian workers more than Poles

    As many as 25 percent of Polish companies are willing to pay more for potential workers from Ukraine rather than Poles, according to the latest report by Personnel Service. The time when Ukrainians were paid less is long gone. The demand for staff from the East is growing rapidly, so employers must offer them attractive conditions. Very… This...

    Kernel reports $38 mln loss in Q1 2018
    May27

    Kernel reports $38 mln loss in Q1 2018

    WSE-listed Ukrainian food producer Kernel Holding reported $38.08 million net loss in Q1 2018 (third quarter of the company’s 2017/2018 fiscal year), against a $32.93 million profit in the corresponding period of 2017. Operational profit came in at $52.64 million, down from $67.31 million in Q1 2017, while EBITDA decreased to $73.1 million...

    New Beskydy Tunnel Doubles Rail Capacity to Europe
    May25

    New Beskydy Tunnel Doubles Rail Capacity to Europe

    By Jack Laurenson, managing editor of the Ukraine Business Journal Kyiv – The Beskydy Rail Tunnel, connecting Ukrainian train lines with the European Union and eliminating troublesome bottlenecks, officially opens today, ministers have confirmed. For decades, the old one-track tunnel was a vital transport corridor for goods and passengers headed...

    On Trade and Security, Ukrainian-Polish Ties Deepen
    May22

    On Trade and Security, Ukrainian-Polish Ties Deepen

    By Jack Laurenson, managing editor, Ukraine Business Journal KYIV – In Kyiv last week, following events to mark the anniversary of the signing of Poland’s constitution, First Vice Prime Minister Stepan Kubiv highlighted a deepening bond and improving relationship between the two countries. Minister Kubiv – responsible for economic...

    POLAGRA FOOD Fairs for the first time in May
    Apr27

    POLAGRA FOOD Fairs for the first time in May

    The POLAGRA FOOD International Trade Fair for Food in Poznań for years has been associated with the period of saying goodbye to summer. This year, the event will be held in mid spring, on 8-10 May. The Polagra Food Fair in Poznań is for the food and catering industry an opportunity to get acquainted with the latest trends in the food industry, as...

    The unexpected champion
    Apr23

    The unexpected champion

    You don’t become a growth champion by accident. Poland has clearly done something right to see 26 years of continued growth. The success story of the entire CEE region post-1989 offers a number of lessons for other countries worldwide. The question they now need to answer is how to continue to converge, and when do wealth disparities become...

    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...

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