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March 1, 2013   
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New BASF Plant

The German chemical group BASF has started the construction of a 160-million-euro plant in the southwestern city of ¦roda ¦l±ska, Lower Silesia province. The plant will manufacture catalytic converters that reduce car exhaust gas emissions. The products are intended for the Polish and Western European markets. The largest project of this kind in Europe, it will create 400 jobs. Production is to be launched at the beginning of next year and all of the 10 planned production lines will be in operation by 2016.

Most EU Money Already Spent
The Ministry of Regional development said in mid-February that 83.9 percent of the European Union money allocated to Poland from the EU budget for 2007-2013 has already been distributed. And the Agency for Restructuring and Modernization of Agriculture said that more than 90 percent of the zl.70 billion set aside in this period for rural development has been utilized.

Petrolot to Fuel Emirates Airline
Petrolot, a company owned by Poland’s largest fuel corporation, PKN Orlen, has been awarded a contract for the delivery of fuel to Emirates, one of the largest airlines in the world. The fuel will be used by Emirates planes departing from Chopin Airport in Warsaw.

Gdynia Port Plans Expansion
The Port of Gdynia Authority plans to spend over zl.736 million in 2013-2015 on the expansion and modernization of port infrastructure. The investment projects will involve the modernization of wharves and the extension of roads and railway lines. This year alone expenditure will exceed zl.217 million.
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