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Paweł Borys, president of Polish Development Fund (PFR) talks to Juliusz Kłosowski (excerpts):
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Insurance blue chip PZU has a new management board member candidate in Malgorzata Sadurska, who has just resigned as head of the president's chancellery
Polish PM Beata Szydlo is likely to keep her post, at least for now, as her dismissal could threaten ruling party Law and Justice's recent rebound in the polls.
Corruption in the police is on the rise after a clear decline seen in years 2013-2015
Poland is considering buying two floating liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals.
Poland's Monetary Policy Council sees no reason to raise interest rates.
Poland and a group of allied EU countries will oppose the European Commission’s transport package draft.
The Polish government may be putting pension savings at risk by having a portion of them managed by the Polish Development Fund.
Listed rail freight carrier PKP Cargo fears a huge spike in operating costs stemming from potential changes in Polish and EU regulations over the coming decade.
The Polish telecom regulator UKE will start imposing penalties if telecoms do not apply the roam like at home rule.
Raiffeisen Bank International (RBI) is reportedly negotiating with the Polish financial regulator KNF a postponement of the IPO of its Polish unit Raiffeisen Polbank.
Listed telecom Orange Polska could take over three of eight regions abandoned by smaller rival Netia in the framework of a state program of developing high-speed internet coverage.
The outgoing CEO of BOS bank Stanislaw Kluza may get appointed as the new head of the Warsaw Stock Exchange operator GPW, after the bank’s supervisory board chose not to re-elect him for another term.
Bank Pekao should retain 5-6 key managers appointed by the previous owner Unicredit until successors are ready to take over, in order to ensure stability in a time of transition.
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