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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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President Andrzej Duda has ignored defense minister Antoni Macierewicz's repeated invitation to discuss reform of the army command system.
President Andrzej Duda, PM Beata Szydlo, deputy PM Mateusz Morawiecki and possibly also ruling party leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski are some of the key political figures appearing at this year's economic forum in Krynica.
Polish interior ministry will be granted powers to impose annual limits on the number of work and residence permits.
Ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) is courting select MPs of "soft opposition" grouping Kukiz'15.
Investments in Poland are rebounding slower than expected due to reluctant spending by the largest companies, especially energy firms.
The Polish manufacturers' index PMI edged up to a below-expectation reading of 52.5 pts in August as the industry is suffering from supply limitations, especially in terms of labor force.
The Polish government eyes over PLN 110 billion in investment inflows to special economic zones by 2027 thanks to the new program prepared by the Development Ministry.
Vendors not using fiscal cash registers will soon be facing fines not just from fiscal inspectors, but also police and municipal police officers.
Poland's industrial restructuring agency ARP has filed a complaint against a court decision to councel bankruptcy proceedings for troubled telco Hawe.
State-controlled firms are reportedly having trouble recruiting supervisory board members.
Listed natural gas group PGNiG expects no significant changes in market competition following the removal of tariffs for wholesale clients.
Banks should maintain "appropriate capital levels" and some banks should continue to raise them.
Listed power group PGE made a rather "pragmatic" decision by choosing gas as the fuel for the planned 500 MW block at the Dolna Odra plant.
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