Aslund: Poland Doesn't Need to Fix Unbroken Pension System
Since 1989, Poland has stood out among the former communist countries as the most successful reformer with the highest cumulative economic growth.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Polish pupils among best in EU
Polish pupils belong to the most talented in Europe and the world, PM Donald Tusk said Tuesday at the announcement of the result of the OECD's tri-annual Program for International Student Assessment PISA tests on Polish 15-year-olds.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Warsaw Business Journal
Kaczynski says PM is Poland's "father of poverty"
The Law and Justice leader, whose party is leading in the polls, regularly paints Poland in dark colors.
Warsaw Business Journal
CEE leaders woo Chinese investments in Bucharest talks
Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk met with regional CEE leaders and China's Premier Li Keqiang at a joint summit in the Romanian capital of Bucharest last week.
Warsaw Business Journal
In the spotlight: Polish-Ukrainian relations
Poland was one of the first two countries in the world to recognize the independence of Ukraine in 1991 after the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Slaughter ban splits Polish Jews, Muslims
According to the EJA, arguments contained in the petition are similar to those presented to the Polish Ministry of Agriculture in September.
UPDATE 1-Polish president: pension overhaul is necessary
An overhaul of Poland's pension system is necessary to keep the country's public finances on a stable footing, President Bronislaw Komorowski said on Thursday, signalling he will most likely not block the hotly contested measure.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
China, Eastern Europe pledge to boost ties, heed EU rules
China and 16 Central and Eastern European countries pledged on Tuesday to boost two-way investment and trade, insisting that EU regulations will be met.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Climate talks bog down in rich-poor split
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Euro benefits for Poland "fiction" -Finance Ministry nominee
The global financial crisis has made clear that Poland would see little benefit from joining the euro, finance minister designate Mateusz Szczurek said on Monday, signalling Warsaw was unlikely to accelerate moves to join the bloc any time soon.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Polish PM promises to redirect EU funds to families
The Polish government will seek to slowly redirect the huge flow of EU funds increasingly towards Polish families and quality of life as Poland "slowly closes" the era of huge public investments, Prime Minister Donald Tusk said in a keynote speech at his ruling Civic Platform party's national convention on Saturday.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
The Star Online
Polish PM Tusk promises to focus on families
Poland's Prime Minister Donald Tusk vowed on Saturday to make the improvement of living standards for ordinary Poles his government's top priority, in an effort to reverse a slump in popularity ahead of local elections next year.
Poland: Korolec Goes Missing - Environment Minister sacked during climate talks
COP19 took a bizarre turn on Wednesday when Polish COP19 President Marcin Korolec was sacked as minister of the environment after a cabinet reshuffle.
Hunger Strikes and Blame Games: 5 Takeaways From the Warsaw Climate Conference
Warsaw's red-and-white National Stadium will return to its usual role as host of soccer matches and Madonna concerts after the United Nation's marquee climate change conference draws to a close on Friday.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Poland Seeks Growth With EU Cash, New Finance Chief Says
Poland's incoming Finance Minister Mateusz Szczurek said he'll seek to use European Union funds to bolster a nascent recovery, signaling to investors that growth will remain a priority while the cabinet cuts the deficit.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Polish 'bad COP' feared after ministerial sacking
Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk's sacking of the country's environment minister Marcin Korolec yesterday has been greeted with dismay and suspicion among EU policymakers.
The Heartland Institute
Poland Sacks Environment Minister at UN Climate Summit
Poland's Prime Minister Donald Tusk dismissed Environment Minister Marcin Korolec yesterday, adding insult to injury for environmental activists attending United Nations climate talks in Warsaw.
UN's Ban seeks bold climate pledges at 2014 summit; not a deadline
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged world leaders on Thursday to make "bold pledges" for cuts in greenhouse gases by next September to guide a deal to fight climate change but acknowledged that many nations would be late.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
The Washington Post
Emerging-Market Stocks Decline on Fed Minutes as Hungary Slumps
Emerging-market stocks retreated for a second day after Federal Reserve officials said they might trim monetary stimulus in coming months.
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Investors lock in some of the gains that have taken world stock markets to six-year highs as they wait to see what the mood is like at the U.S. Federal Reserve's most recent meeting.