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Paweł Borys, president of Polish Development Fund (PFR) talks to Juliusz Kłosowski (excerpts):
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Polish President Andrzej Duda recently signed into law the act increasing the powers of the central government representatives in the regions in the field of EU funds allocation.
Poland has not received war reparations from Germany until this day despite suffering the biggest losses of all countries during WW2.
The Polish government will oblige "politically exposed persons" to identify themselves as such when dealing with banks.
Group layoffs affected 8.900 workers in H1, up by 21% year on year despite a booming job market.
The Polish government stands by plans of moving financial market oversight to the central bank.
The EU is considering allowing financially distressed banks to withhold client deposits for five or even 20 days.
Beer production in Poland shrank in H1 by 3.3% year on year to 20.2 million hectoliters.
WSE-listed companies are experiencing a wave of ownership changes.
Chemical companies are having a tough year, chiefly due to high prices of raw materials.
Poland imported 3.3 TWh of power for commercial use in H1, vs. 4.9 TWh in FY 2016 and 3.5 GWh in 2015.
Mobile operators Orange Polska and P4 might also be interested in a potential repeat of a 2007 frequency tender just scratched by the telecom regulator UKE upon a motion from T-Mobile Polska.
The Polish government should dispose of all previous bills attempting to solve the problem of CHF mortgages and only proceed with the newest President's proposal.
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