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The 2018 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends report showcases a profound shift facing business leaders worldwide: The rapid rise of what we call the social enterprise.


A new issue of the KPMG in Poland “Frontiers in tax” magazine on new instruments supporting innovative activity and other incentives supporting entrepreneurs' innovation has been released.


With no major data releases, financial markets are likely to be in wait-and-see mode ahead of the FOMC meeting tomorrow.


Last year’s office take-up hit more than triple the new supply in Warsaw, says a report produced by global tenant-only real estate advisory firm Cresa.


KPMG International report “Transport tracker. Global transport - market trends and views.”


Global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield presents a summary of a record-breaking 2017 on the commercial property market in Central and Eastern Europe.


We invite you to read the latest analysis of international currency markets prepared by experts from Danske Bank.


We encourage you to read the latest Danske Bank Nordic Outlook, where you can find a summary of the current economic situation in the Nordic countries.


European Commission approved new Polish support scheme for renewable energy with the total budget amounting to PLN 40 billion (€9.4 billion).


Shopping centre development activity in the first half of 2017 increased total floorspace across Europe to 160.8 million sq m at the midpoint of the year, according to Cushman & Wakefield.


The Euro Sentix index is at a high level but we look for a further rise in September, partly reflecting strong equity markets. In Scandinavia, it is CPI week, with inflation releases in Norway and Denmark on Tuesday, and in Sweden on Thursday.


This week brings a packed calendar, with several tier-1 releases both globally and in the Scandies. Also, we might get news on the next Riksbank governor. In addition, quarter-end volatility will be a theme today in many markets.


The Act on Amendment to the Police Act and Some Other Acts took effect on 7 February 2016. It thoroughly changes the laws applicable to non-public surveillance activities and modifies the procedures for uniformed services obtaining access to information gathered by postal and telecommunications operators and electronic service providers.


We are pleased to announce the publication of commentary on Directive 2014/24/EU on public procurement, “Dyrektywa 2014/24/UE w sprawie zamówień publicznych. Komentarz” by Domański Zakrzewski Palinka experts.


On 19 October the World Bank published a report "Benchmarking Public Procurement 2016" prepared by experts from the Infrastructure and Energy Practice at Domański Zakrzewski Palinka Sp. K.


On 4th June 2015 by issuing preliminary ruling in case C-678/13 the Court of Justice of the European Union ended the dispute between European Commission and Republic of Poland regarding application of reduced VAT rate for delivery of some medical products.


According to the well-established case law an enterprise that has several zone permits may keep one set of accounting records in order to calculate income from the business activity in the special economic zone.


The Excise Duty Act of 6 December 2008 (consolidated text in Journal of Laws 2014.752) in its Article 30(1) provides for a special exemption from excise duty for electricity produced from renewable energy sources.


For some companies, compliance with the amended requirements will result in having to change the company's activity specified in the Articles of Association by replacing any references contained in the AA to the invalid Polish Classification of Activity of 2004 with references to the valid Polish Classification of Activity of 2007.


Would you like to know how to optimize the costs of car in your business? Specialists from Accace have prepared an overview of the core tax and accounting regulations applicable when purchasing and/or using a car for business purposes in Poland, Slovakia and Czech Republic.

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