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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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The Polish government's monetary policy will remain unaffected for now by the Czech National Bank's (CNB) decision to raise its reference rate.
Germany's stance on Poland's rights to claim WWII reparations is doubtful and far-fetched.
The Polish government will be able to make use of the EUR 1.3 billion EU funds within a waste management operational program
Poland has seen completion of EUR 644.2 million worth of FDI projects overseen by the Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH) so far this year.
Former Polish PM and current president of the Council of European Union faced yet another interrogation at the Polish prosecutor's office on the 2010 presidential plane crash.
Tensions could rise between governing party Law and Justice (PiS) and the second largest opposition party in the lower house Kukiz'15.
The Polish government plans to introduce a separate excise tax declaration for importers of used cars from the EU.
A great majority of 331,000 people who will become entitled to a pension this October thanks to the retirement age lowering will retire immediately.
The Polish government is working on a regulation that may grant nearly universal access to sensitive personal data of shareholders of public companies.
The Polish government plans to launch an internet speed measuring tool.
Listed media and entertainment group Agora is benefitting from rising cinema turnout in the wake of the child subsidy program 500+.
The Polish government plans to limit foreign ownership of the domestic media to 15-20%.
Listed IT firm Asseco Poland intends to invest the money from the sale of a 20% stake in Israel's Formula Systems in even more profitable assets and is in acquisition talks with more than ten foreign companies.
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