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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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Poland's PM is certain to keep her position.
Polish farmers received PLN 3.9 billion in down payments towards 2017 EU direct subsidies.
Nearly 41% of Polish micro-enterprises and SME plan to increase employment in the next 12 months.
Polish government notified the International Monetary Fund of its decision to end the Flexible Credit Line arrangement.
President's chancellery deputy head eyes reaching an agreement with the chair of the parliamentary justice committee over the final shape of the judiciary reform "within days".
Poland's ruling party and its political affiliates have still some time left as far as the appointment of their Warsaw mayor nominee.
Scandinavian capital is represented in Poland by over 2,000 companies.
Poland's biggest opposition party Civic Platform has appointed MP Rafal Trzaskowski as its candidate for the Warsaw mayor seat in 2018 municipal elections.
Poland risks further deteriorating its relations with Ukraine.
Polish companies might find it increasingly difficult to keep up with the rising volume of orders given output declines.
Polish Investment and Trade Agency eyes increasing the number of its foreign trade bureaus to almost 50.
Listed Idea Bank, likely to be put to sale by a prominent WSE investor Leszek Czarnecki, could be of interest to the British equity fund AnaCap.
Coke and coal company JSW eyes the acquisition of PBsz, a constructor of mine shafts owned mining engineering firm Kopex, in a transaction estimated at PLN 250-300 million,
Enterprise Investors private equity fund is mulling IPO of a leading Lithuanian travel agency Novaturas on the Warsaw Stock Exchange.
Polish gas giant PGNiG could negotiate an even 8% gas price reduction under the long-term contract with the Russian Gazprom.
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