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December 10, 2017
Polish authorities approved a decision to limit retail trade on Sundays. The ban and the restrictions will affect mainly major retailers, with certain exceptions to traditional outlets. However, the exact market reaction to these new regulations remains unclear, leaving retailers in doubt when it comes to planning their further operations.
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October 9, 2017
On the 25th October the company of strategic market research solutions Euromonitor International will organize a seminar, dedicated to the top level managers from FMCG companies, banking sector, governmental and trade organisations. Lina Sidorenke, Project Manager at Euromonitor International agreed to tell us more about the idea of ​​a British company to hold a seminar in […]
November 26, 2016
Emerging markets led by China, Poland, Turkey and Indonesia posted highest absolute volume growth in production of consumer appliances, over 2011-2016. Among these, Poland and Indonesia show the highest year-on-year growth in 2016, driven by strong demands in local markets as well as higher growth in export volume. Despite slower growth in China, the country […]
December 10, 2017
Event: 4th Cosmetic Business Forum (IV Forum Kosmetycznej) Date: October 18th Venue: Marriott Grand Hotel Location: Warsaw, Poland Event Description: Forum of Cosmetics Industry is a meeting dedicated entirely to the cosmetics industry, which integrates key players influencing markets development, such as: producers, importers and distributors of cosmetics, board members and traders deciding on the purchase for beauty stores, […]
December 10, 2017
Strategic market research company Euromonitor International will be running its first exclusive breakfast briefing in Poland – FMCG and Retailing: responding to digital consumer’s needs, dedicated to the top level executives from FMCG companies, financial sector, consultancies, governmental and trade organisations. The event is organised in cooperation with the major Polish business media outlets “Rzeczpospolita” […]
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May 13, 2017
In May 2017, alcoholic drinks in Lithuania were subjected to higher excise rates. These rates will force consumers to turn to contraband and counterfeit alcohol, as well as increase cross border trade. The highest amount of alcoholic drinks is forecasted to be brought from Poland.
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