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Paweł Borys, president of Polish Development Fund (PFR) talks to Juliusz Kłosowski (excerpts):
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Poland's seeming reversal of the approach to CHF mortgages conversion presented in recent comments from governing party Law and Justice (PiS) leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski is credit positive for Polish banks, Moody's rating agency said in a report dated February 16.
Poland took 45th spot out of 180 countries included in the latest Economic Freedom Index, down by a notch vs last year.
Poland's Energy Ministry is conducting no analytical works related to a potential consolidation of the Polish oil sector, the ministry said.
Poland's packaging market measured PLN 35.5 billion in 2016, up PLN 2 billion year on year, a report by Equity Advisors shows.
Power firm Energa has put off the deadline for submitting offers to build a new power block at the Ostroleka power plant by some three weeks to March 10, purportedly at the request of three bidders.
Poland's financial market regulator KNF dismissed deputy CEOs Wojciech Kwasniak and Leslaw Gajek and appointed Filip Switala and Marcin Pachucki in their place, KNF said in a press statement.
A new musical hitting the stage this winter recounts the life of Karol Wojty³a, the man who became Pope John Paul II.
As many as 49% of Poles negatively assess the judiciary, 9 pps more than in September 2016, while only 28% have a positive view, 8 pps fewer than last year, the newest survey by CBOS pollster showed.
Polish furniture producers increased sales by 9% year on year in 2016 to PLN 42.5 billion, the daily Dziennik Gazeta Prawna reported.
Poland's export growth may accelerate in 2017 after 2.3% year on year growth in 2016, the daily Rzeczpospolita writes citing economists.
The European Investment Bank wants to lend PLN 800 million towards the development of social housing in Poland, the daily Puls Biznesu reported.
Poland was granted EUR 750.5 million from the EU cohesion fund to modernize railway line between Warsaw and Lublin, the European Commission said on Thursday.
Bank BZ WBK's chief economist Maciej Reluga will take the post of CFO, replacing Eamonn Crowley who stepped down effective February 16, the bank said in a market filing.
Poland has financed 43% of 2017 borrowing needs and will slightly reduce Treasury supply in the coming months, balancing the needs with investor demand, deputy Finance Minister Piotr Nowak wrote in a comment to the Thursday auction.
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