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    1. June 26, 2015

      Data deals signal way ahead for the Vienna Stock Exchange

      It was a conversation in the men's room of the Connaught hotel in London that changed the growth strategy of the Vienna...

    2. June 17, 2015

      Former Polish deputy PM to warn Germany over EU single market

      It takes a doughty European commissioner to confront Germany for cosseting its beloved engineers from the competitive...

    Special Reports

    1. Special Report: Warsaw as a Financial Centre 2012

      Poland has been more successful than most regional rivals in developing a sector with ...
    2. Central Eastern Europe: Property

      Central and eastern Europe’s property market has been hit by a wall of capital that ha...
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    1. June 10, 2015

      Polish PM forces resignation of senior colleagues

      Ewa Kopacz, Poland’s prime minister, forced the resignations of six ministers and the speaker of the country’s parliament on...

    2. June 8, 2015

      Brussels demands details of tax rulings from 15 more countries

      The EU sharply escalated its campaign against tax avoidance by multinationals on Monday by demanding details of specific tax...

    3. June 5, 2015

      Poland’s young entrepreneurs fight for funding

      In the old Jablkowski Brothers building in central Warsaw, a gracious early modernist department store now transformed into...

    4. May 14, 2015

      Lot weighs IPO if sale talks fail to fly

      Polish flag-carrier Lot Airlines is in active talks with operators and private equity groups over a government plan to shift...

    5. May 8, 2015

      Janusz Palikot: Poland’s political maverick

      Janusz Palikot made his fortune as a political entrepreneur. Today he is struggling as an entrepreneurial politician....

    6. April 25, 2015

      Władysław Bartoszewski, Polish survivor of Auschwitz, 1922-2015

      Władysław Bartoszewski, a Polish survivor of Auschwitz who protected Jews during the Holocaust and later rebuilt relations...

    7. April 24, 2015

      Night Wolves motorbike gang denied entry to Poland

      Seventy years on from the Soviet invasion of eastern Europe and capture of Nazi Berlin, Vladimir Putin’s favourite...

    8. April 14, 2015

      Outsourcing boom boosts Poland’s office construction

      Marek Grodziński, vice-president of business process outsourcing at Capgemini in Poland bristles when you absent-mindedly...

    9. April 14, 2015

      Property investors look beyond central and eastern Europe’s capital cities

      Judging by the number of cranes and construction sites dotting the sides of Warsaw’s main commercial street, it is easy to...

    10. April 7, 2015

      New evidence found from Polish plane crash that killed leaders

      Fresh evidence reportedly retrieved from a plane crash that killed Polish President Lech Kaczynski in 2010 has reignited a...

    11. April 5, 2015

      Poland: Barriers to business

      Poland: the battle over Warsaw’s Skra stadium For 90 years, Polish and international athletes have been running, throwing...

    12. March 27, 2015

      Poland to build Europe’s biggest propylene plant

      Poland’s Grupa Azoty is making a $450m entry into the global propylene market, in a move that underscores its position as...

    13. March 19, 2015

      Russia sows discord in central Europe

      “Viktor, we are friends,” Polish prime minister Ewa Kopacz told her Hungarian counterpart Viktor Orbán during his visit to...

    14. March 16, 2015

      Poland’s pro-Russia Zmiana party urges embrace of Putin

      Poland has been one of Europe’s most hawkish countries in opposing Russia’s aggression toward neighbouring Ukraine,...

    15. February 9, 2015

      Concept 13, Warsaw

      Where Warsaw WiFi Yes Plug sockets No Price of an espresso 8 zloty ($1.40) Open 11am-11pm (Sun 6pm) Privacy points: 1/5...

    16. February 6, 2015

      How political revolutions shaped Warsaw’s postwar architecture

      Warsaw: work in progress For me, the visceral appreciation of freedom came with the sight of a newly painted wall. It was...

    17. January 23, 2015

      Dispute between Russia and Poland overshadows Auschwitz tributes

      A political war of words between Warsaw and Moscow has overshadowed the planning of events to commemorate the liberation of...

    18. FT Photo Diary

      January 21, 2015

      Surviving Auschwitz

      Auschwitz death camp survivor Danuta Bogdaniuk-Bogucka (maiden name Kaminska), 80 has her photo taken in Warsaw....

    19. January 16, 2015

      Who will Warsaw save next — Poles in Chicago?

      Sir, I was delighted to read (January 10) that Poland is finally taking responsibility for Ukrainians of Polish descent....

    20. January 14, 2015

      Poland: One-way traffic

      Poland has some enviable numbers to support its claim of being Europe’s economic success story of the past decade. It has...

    21. January 9, 2015

      Ukraine’s Poles pray for Warsaw rescue

      They have been in limbo for weeks, nervously watching for a flare-up in the conflict and praying for a swift rescue. “In the...

    22. November 27, 2014

      Poland’s banks turn high tech

      At a discount grocery store in Warsaw, customers whip through the checkout, paying wirelessly by holding their credit cards...

    23. November 27, 2014

      Poland’s digital start-ups eye far shores

      The leafy Warsaw neighbourhood of Zoliborz – noted for its pleasant architecture – might not be the obvious place to look...

    24. November 27, 2014

      Office demand grows in Poland’s regions

      When pan-European developer Skanska sold a building in its Krakow office development Kapelanka 42 to a Polish investment...

    25. November 27, 2014

      Shift from ‘imitator to innovator’ needed for Poland to join wealthy nations

      At the InterContinental hotel on Los Angeles’ Avenue of the Stars a clear sign of Poland’s economic self-confidence could be...

    26. November 16, 2014

      Poland’s shale gas dreams put on hold

      Poland’s much-hyped shale gas boom could take as long as six more years to become commercially viable, as foreign oil and...

    27. FT Photo Diary

      November 11, 2014

      Polish far-right march

      Kacper Pempel/Reuters A far-right protester holds a flare during the annual far-right rally, which coincides with Poland’s...

    28. October 24, 2014

      Ed Davey hails EU energy deal as blow to Vladimir Putin

      Britain’s energy secretary, Ed Davey, has hailed a European deal on climate change as a blow to Vladimir Putin that will...

    29. October 24, 2014

      A new Warsaw museum devoted to Jewish-Polish history

      At sites of atrocity, particles of desolation linger in the air for years like reproaches to mankind. Such a place, for more...

    30. October 21, 2014

      Poland criticises eurozone banking union

      Poland’s central bank governor has criticised the eurozone’s new banking union, saying it would centralise powers to curb...

    31. October 14, 2014

      Poland leads opposition to EU energy deal

      Poland and other eastern European countries are prepared to scupper the EU’s landmark climate change deal next week if they...

    32. The World

      October 9, 2014

      Cynicism over Kobani siege will rebound on Erdogan

      For a country that so recently harboured ambitions as a great regional power, Turkey is offering an unedifyingly feeble...

    33. October 8, 2014

      Poland cuts rates as Germany and Russia fears weigh on economy

      Poland cut its main interest rate by a bigger than expected 50 basis points on Wednesday. The central bank moved to protect...

    34. October 1, 2014

      Young researcher’s breakthrough spurs business ambitions

      Joanna Jurek, who has just turned 18, has come up with what great scientists have failed to produce during decades of cancer...

    35. September 14, 2014

      Poland to withdraw from Visegrad defence radar project

      Poland is on the brink of pulling out of a joint defence project with its central European allies. Its withdrawal would be a...

    36. September 12, 2014

      Why a Canadian expert on Warsaw’s past is inspired by its future

      She was born in Victoria, British Columbia, into a family of elite military heritage. And with her poise, big green eyes and...

    37. September 5, 2014

      Alstom accused of bribing officials to win contracts

      Alstom, the French conglomerate that is selling its power business to General Electric, has been accused by UK prosecutors...

    38. The World

      August 31, 2014

      Poland cheers Tusk’s departure to Europe’s top table

        © Getty By Henry Foy in Warsaw Pride and relief mixed on the streets of Warsaw the morning after Polish prime minister...

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