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Jerzy Kwieciński, Minister of Investment and Economic Development, talks to Voice’s Juliusz Kłosowski about tasks and plans of the ministry, some internal constraints, and international contexts of Polish economic growth.
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PM Beata Szydlo plans no immediate personnel changes in her cabinet.
Poland eyes adopting capacity market law this year, first auctions expected in 2018.
Poland's planned power capacity market may push down wholesale power prices.
Poland can hold its 2018 general government deficit below the 2.9% of GDP mark set out in the European Commission's latest forecast.
Poland will enjoy economic growth well in excess of 3.6% this year, possibly even 4%, deputy Development Minister Jerzy Kwiecinski told PAP, calling a fresh set of forecasts by the European Commission "conservative."
Warsaw will host the 2nd Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service’s General Assembly. Taking place between 16-18 May 2017, the conference will host about 160 attendees from 15 countries.
PM Beata Szydlo "cannot imagine" ever holding a referendum regarding Poland's EU membership.
Poland's governing party Law and Justice (PiS) is hoping to present a number of new social promises at the grouping's convention in June or July
Poland's 12-month parental and maternity leave could be reduced for women.
The Polish government will likely apply at least the same indexation of pensions and benefits this year as last year, social insurance board ZUS president Gertruda Uscinska told the daily Dziennik Gazeta Prawna.
Poland is neither ready nor willing to consider entering the euro zone as it wouldn't be favorable for the Polish economy, PM Beata Szydlo reiterated in an interview.
Poland is still deciding what part of pension savings collected at pension funds OFE to transfer to the Demographic Reserve Fund, with the Labor Ministry calling for a bigger share than the 25% proposed by the Development Ministry.
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