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Ukraine: attracting Polish investments in construction of Borodyanka Center discussed

On February 3, Minister for Veterans Affairs of Ukraine Yulia Laputina held a videoconference with Minister-Member of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Poland Michal Dworczyk. The parties discussed attracting assistance from Polish partners in the construction of a modern rehabilitation facility, the Borodyanka Center, a flagship project of the Ministry for Veterans…


Poland: most Poles use online banking

About 56% of adult Poles used online banking services in 2022, a government-sponsored economic think-tank reported. “A more than three-fold growth has been observed in Poland over the past 15 years,” the Polish Economic Institute (PIE) said in its weekly publication on February 2, adding that only 13% of Poles used online banking in 2007.…


Georgia: inflation up in January 2023

Prices on food and non-alcoholic beverages, furnishings, household equipment and maintenance increased in Georgia in January, while prices for clothing and footwear decreased, the latest inflation data from the National Statistics Office of Georgia showed. Prices for food and non-alcoholic beverages marked a 1.4% MoM increase, including: vegetables (+7.6%), fruit and grapes (+2.6%), milk, cheese…