World Bank: the Polish economy is based on solid foundations - it will slow down but make up for the losses
The coronavirus pandemic will not defeat the Polish economy because it is based on solid foundations, but in 2020, for the first time in almost 30 years, it will record a recession of 3.9%, and in 2021, it will start to gradually recover, according to a World Bank report published on Wednesday ...
Despite the crisis, S&P Agency maintains the raiting of Poland. Minister of Finance: government actions bring results
- The fact that S&P has maintained its rating of Poland at the current level with a stable outlook is another signal which shows that the economic policy and anti-crisis measures conducted by the government before the outbreak of the pandemic are bearing fruit," assessed Finance Minis ...
In the course of two decades, the Kraków IT market has developed into one of the largest markets not only in Poland, but also in Europe. Currently, there are over 200 companies specializing in software development. 20 years ago there were only a few of them.
Regional urban centers in Poland are returning to the path of growth. This is evidenced by the data on business development recorded in the first half of this year, and BPO/SSC sector investments may seriously conquer their position.
Another outsourcing company in Krakow/Poland. Despite the coronavirus, there is to be even more investments
Despite the pandemic, another outsourcing company invested in Kraków, some of the existing service centres are still increasing employment. And although most of the employees in the sector work remotely, experts predict that the sector will continue to grow.