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Good-change government raising minimum wage in Poland, cutting SB pensions


OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
1 Apr 2017 #211
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Another good change: trade office in San Francisco to spur Polish-US buisness



Hardly a day goes by that the government does not introduce yet another good change to the Polish landscape. Under dynamic Developemtn Min. Mateusz Motrawiecki, the Polish Foreign Investment Agency (PAIZ) has recently opened an office in San Francisco to strengthen Polish-US business ties in such areas as R&D, business centres, IT services, automotive, energy and new technologies. "The office is a landing site for Polish companies taking their first steps on the US market, and a departures hall for American firms interested in investing in Poland," PAIZ CEO Tomasz Pistula explained. Under PiS, PAIZ plans to set up shop at some 70 locations in countries which offer Polish companies the greatest potential for development. They have recently opened offices in Ho Chi Minh City, Nairobi, Shanghai, Singapore and Tehran.
NoToForeigners 7 | 1,044
1 Apr 2017 #212
I am not really a PiS supporter but hell... they're doing some good stuff. It's soooooo refreshing after the 8 years long period of anti-Polish, treacherous politics of the PełO government which left Poland almost completely sold out into foreign hands.

Good job PiS!
OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
24 Jun 2017 #213
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Good indices growing, bad ones falling, PO still badmouthing!



Under the good-change govt Poland's economy is in fantastic shape. 500+ has been a huge success, the budget deficit and unemploymrent are at an all-time low, inflation is low, investments are growing and there's a good business climate in industry, construction, retail trade and seriices. The Szczecin Shipyard, which Tusk pronoucned dead, has been revitalised and is re-employing workers and working on a modern car and passenger ferry. All the "total oppositon's" doosday predictions auguring imminent economic collapse have turned out to be a huge crock of sh*t. So far, this has been the best year in post-PRL history. And yet the PO badmouthing continues. Uninvited, Schetyna crashed a Brussels summit to spew even more venom on his native land. Of course, that's no surprise. Schetyna is not concerned about the good of the country, only about how to return to the trough!

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