Small stores at risk amid Sunday trade ban

By Anna Rzhevkina Source: Warsaw Business Journal, Number 11/12 (49), November/December 2018 The Sunday trade ban introduced in March has reshuffled the retail market in Poland. The idea behind the ban initiated by Polish Trade Union Solidarność was to give workers some more time with their families and to support small stores. However, [...]

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Being your own boss

By Sergiusz Prokurat Source: Warsaw Business Journal, Number 10 (48), October 2018 Journalist, dentist, lawyer, notary, translator, architect, business coach, photographer, psychologist. Many of these professionals opt against working the traditional nine-to-five. Very often they do not even want to work full time. And the economy is in their favor. They can render [...]

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A developed country, but how rich?

By Sergiusz Prokurat Source: Warsaw Business Journal, Number 08/09 (47), August/September 2018 Starting in September 2018, Poland will become the first country from Central and Eastern Eu­rope to be included in the exclusive group of 25 developed markets, according to FTSE Russell. What does this mean for our economy and capital markets and [...]

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Everyday idioms in business use

  Exercise 1 Complete the idioms below with the missing words. cats and dogs cake cat leg nail Now match the idioms to their meanings: Exercise 2 Complete the short dialogue below with the missing Idioms. Peter: Hi, Jane! How are you doing today? [...]

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