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European Union leaders on March 9 reappointed Donald Tusk as president of the European Council for another term of office despite strong opposition from the Euroskeptic government of his native Poland.
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Business
Poland will have several hundred to over 1,000 electric public city buses in 2-3 years,
Society
The city of Kielce has received over PLN 230 million in EU funds to be spent on public transport development.
Society
Over 8.900 teachers will lose their job as of September 1.
Politics
Constitutional Tribunal President Julia Przylebska expects the audit of the institution will be completed this autumn.
Politics
Poland sees the EC's decision on launching a procedure against Poland over not accepting refugees as "unfair" and an instance of "double standards,".
Politics
Most Poles (53.7%) would participate in the President Andrzej Duda proposed referendum on admitting refugees and 60.4% of them would oppose the enforcement of the EU’s relocation mechanism.
Politics
A fresh abortion debate is likely to erupt again after the summer vacation.
Business
Poland could be hurt by France’s demands to restrict the law on the posting of workers in the EU.
Business
Polish state development bank BGK is working with the Finance Ministry and the bank lobby ZBP to make the so-called ‘de minimis’ credit.
Business
Poland has accelerated works on the capacity market bill in hope of implementing it as of 2018.
Business
Poland’s four major mobile telecom operators, Orange Polska, T-Mobile Polska, P4 and Polkomtel, have largely complied with the EEA roam-like-at-home rule.
Business
The Polish chemical sector still has room to grow despite dynamic expansion in recent years,
Business
Warsaw Stock Exchange operator GPW is almost certain to appoint presidential advisor Marek Dietl as its new CEO.
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