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Jerzy Kwieciński, Minister of Investment and Economic Development, talks to Voice’s Juliusz Kłosowski about tasks and plans of the ministry, some internal constraints, and international contexts of Polish economic growth.
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The European Union's response to Poland's planned bills on the media deconcentration will show whether the EU uses double standards for member-states.
The Polish government has not made a decision yet regarding construction of a nuclear plant.
Poland's ruling alliance of rightist parties needs to reach a compromise on the reform of the Supreme Court.
President Andrzej Duda will likely refrain from signing army general nominations on August 15.
Poland's unemployment rate in July stayed at the June level of 7.1%, bucking a well-established seasonal trend of summer decline.
The Polish government is considering giving one-off PLN 500 handouts to pensioners and disability benefit recipients whose benefits do not exceed gross PLN 1500.
The Polish government will introduce a 25-day fast-track VAT refund period in the split payment mechanism on condition that the money goes to a special VAT account.
Polish companies providing services in other EU countries will be badly hit by the proposed changes in the EU directive on the posting of workers.
Investment funds are experiencing a slowdown in capital inflows rather than outflows.
The Polish government is resisting pressure from local governments to have some of the PLN 66 billion EU subsidies for railway infrastructure redirected to rolling stock purchases.
Australian coal miner Prairie Mining could be the subject of a tender offer after a strong sell-off in early August in reaction to a critical letter from Poland's chief geologist Mariusz Orion Jedrysek.
Listed power group Tauron has already received two of the four law suits filed by wind farm units of the Polish-American consortium Invenergy-Enerco.
Listed Bank Pekao is running no talks on merging with its sister bank Alior.
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