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  • October 20, 2014, Vol. 11, No.33

  • CHRISTMAS IN OCTOBER??

    That's what it seemed like last week in the PromiseLand, as two trucks pulled up to our kitchen in Swidwin….
    First to arrive was the Fanex delivery truck carrying three Euro pallets of delicious Fanex products such as tomato concentrate, ketchup, garlic and Mexican sauces, mayonnaise, jellies, and of course, always a favorite of our kids - chocolate sauce!
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  • SALARIES UP BY 3.4% IN SEPTEMBER

    The average monthly salary in the Polish enterprise sector amounted to PLN 3,900.49 in September 2014, according to data published by the Central Statistical Office (GUS) on Thursday. The figure was 3.4 percent higher than in September 2013 and 0.2 percent higher than in August 2014. Employment in Polish enterprises remained unchanged month-on-month and stood at 5,537,300 in September.
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  • ZEW EXPECTATIONS FOR POLAND UP IN OCTOBER

    The economic expectations index for Poland, calculated by the ZEW Center for European Economic Research in Mannheim and Erste Bank, grew by 19.7 points month-on-month to 13.3 points in October, according to data quoted by ISBnews.The assessment of the current economic situation rose by 10.0 points to 26.7 points.
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  • POLAND WILL VETO 40% CO2 REDUCTION

    If the EU summit next week maintains the European Commissions proposal on reducing carbon dioxide emissions by 40 percent by 2030, Poland will have to veto it, Deputy Prime Minister and Economy Minister Janusz Piechociński told Polish Radio on Thursday. "If this initial proposal will look as it does now, then Poland will have no choice but to veto it," Piechociński said.
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  • POLES EMIGRATING DUE TO LOW MORALE

    Six out of ten Poles list better wages as the primary motivation for emigrating out of Poland. The same amount also say that Poland "exhausts and disillusions" them, wrote Rzeczpospolita. "It's too bad that two-thirds of Poles emigrating have such a gloomy opinion of our country," said Łukasz Kuncewicz the manager of Poloniusz.pl. According to a survey conducted by Poloniusz.pl, 34 percent of Poles surveyed had trouble finding a job in Poland.
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  • BANKING SECTOR WITH RECORD PROFITS

    The banking sector has reached profits of PLN 11.7 billion eight months into the year. This is a 10 percent growth rate year-on-year. Banks are showing record-breaking profits at the moment, according to Rzeczpospolita. The economy is also breaking records in consumer credit amounts. July 1 saw the lowering of the credit card interchange fee which may lower end-of-the-year results. Furthermore, the lowering of interest rates may also hamper banking sector profits.
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  • HERE IS HOW YOU CAN HELP OUR PROMISEKIDS

    Our Dollar a Day program may be just what you have been looking for and the PayPal method of delivering your money makes it so easy. We pay just about $1.00 to feed one hungry Polish child a hot-meal per school day, $20.00 per month, $200.00 per year.
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