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The Polish government may face further complications in the ongoing dispute with the EU, the daily Dziennik Gazeta Prawna wrote against the background of the approaching visit of the Council of Europe delegation to Warsaw.
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President Andrzej Duda is said to be quietly seeking ways to restore good relations with the leadership of the governing party.
As many as 36 generals left the Polish army over the two years of the government of Law and Justice.
The Polish government has launched yet another front in its conflict with the EU.
Poland had 20.500 millionaires in 2016, 5% more than a year before.
The number of childbirths registered in H1 2017 increased by over 14,000 year on year to around 200,000, but the data need not mean a change in demographic trend.
The Polish government has so far invested around PLN 250 million in companies carrying out residential projects as part of the country's rental and rent-to-own program Mieszkanie+
The Polish government failed to amicably settle the dispute with private equity fund Abris Capital.
IT firms are suffering from a shortage of public procurements, especially as many state firms increasingly take to carrying out IT projects on their own.
Listed natural gas group PGNiG suffered a defeat in its battle to prevent Russia's Gazprom from reserving extra transmission capacities in Germany's OPAL gas pipeline.
The Polish government is feeling less pressed to find a solution to CHF-mortgages thanks to a good economic situation and a stronger zloty.
US renewable energy giant Invenergy, which so far put PLN 2.2 billion into Polish wind farm projects, has suspended all of its activity in the country and won't spend any more money until its investments are secure.
Mid-cap chemicals group Azoty's listed unit Police will complete a feasibility study for a propane dehydrogeneation installation in September and take the final decision in November.
Listed power utility Energa is in preliminary talks on acquiring a strategic stake in a business that will strengthen the capital group and improve its EBITDA.
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