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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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Senate Speaker Stanislaw Karczewski is ready to run for the Warsaw mayorship.
The Polish government may have to cut its interest rates by 50 bps in the coming months.
Listed household appliances maker Amica eyes a nearly PLN 100 million capex this year.
Poland's annual base inflation likely edged down to 0.6-0.7% year on year in August.
Poland's antitrust and consumer protection authority failed to deliver on its promise on imposing higher fines on firms abusing consumer rights or hurting competition on the market.
The Polish government wants to put an end to the practice of firms collecting fiscal receipts from individuals, demanding invoices from a vendor then claiming VAT cost from those invoices in settlements with the tax office.
Poland's state budget recorded a slight surplus after August.
Listed IT firm Asseco Poland or rival Comarch stand the best chances to win some PLN 374 million contract for pensions and disability benefits system operating for social security ZUS.
Power group Energa will try to recover payments made under the 22 long-term agreements for the purchase of certificates of origin it is seeking to terminate.
The European Court of Justice will decide within four days what amount of fines Poland could face over failing to comply with the EC order to suspend logging in the Bialowieza forest.
Legal analysis ordered by the Polish parliament suggests Poland may seek war reparations from Germany tied to World War II.
Poland's Constitutional Tribunal has ruled on Monday that neither ordinary courts nor the Supreme Court may examine the procedure of selecting and appointing the head of the Tribunal.
Poland's President Andrzej Duda enjoyed a clear improvement in Poles' trust in August.
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