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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New start idioms

Exercise 1 Match the idioms with their meanings: 1) to make a clean breast of it a) new members of a group (who usually bring with them fresh ideas about how the group might run) 2) to go back to the drawing board b) to change one’s ways of doing things 3) [...]

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Choosing ground-floor strategies

By Adam Zdrodowski Source: Warsaw Business Journal, Number 11/12 (42), November/December 2017 Retail and service areas located on ground floors have long been a fixture of modern residential projects. How much of such space is actually completed every year and is it successfully commercialized? Unlike shopping centers and retail parks, this niche segment [...]

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