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Paweł Borys, president of Polish Development Fund (PFR) talks to Juliusz Kłosowski (excerpts):
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Copper giant KGHM is preparing a list of joint ventures its mining construction unit PeBeKa could carry out with Metallurgical Corporation of China Ltd.
Poland's foreign minister Witold Waszczykowski will begin his visit to Japan on Thursday.
Polish mobile operators Play and T-Mobile Polska failed to fully eliminate roaming fees in their tariffs to take effect mid-June and Polkomtel failed to provide a new tariff to the EC by May 15 deadline.
A proposal by President Andrzej Duda to run a referendum on the need for constitutional amendments was his own independent initiative.
Poland need not fear having to face heavy punishment from the EU in relation to the ongoing rule of law procedure.
A new draft bill on counteracting tax evasion in the financial sector, proposed by the ministry of finance, gives too much power to the tax administration and breaches both the constitution and the rights of entrepreneurs.
Poland's Gross Domestic Product is likely to continue growing at a 4% clip throughout the year .
Listed builder Erbud views 2017 as a good year for the company with the group’s backlog at an all time high and the group having to be selective about new contracts, making sure to have personnel and subcontractors in place.
Listed retailer Emperia is planning to accelerate its growth by opening 18-20 new supermarkets and more than 50 market stores in 2018.
Listed natural gas group PGNiG will on Thursday present the opinion on monopolistic or dishonest practices by Russia's Gazprom.
Listed chemicals firm Ciech is planning a more aggressive expansion in Africa and Latin America.
The Polish banking sector will have to shoulder heavy costs of adjusting IT systems to the planned split payment regulations in VAT.
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