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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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Today all four species of giraffes in the wild are considered endangered. Hence the growing importance of breeding in zoos and the joy of every birth.
Poland will have no need for an interest rate hike in 2018.
Comarch sees its freshly secured contract for providing the IT services to the social insurer ZUS as a business opportunity.
Banking unit of state-owned insurance group PZU Alior Bank wants to ban active politicians or people professionally connected with a political party from the bank's management board.
Chemicals group Azoty is facing the threat of industrial action at Pulawy.
Capital Park is launching its PLN 1 billion project ArtN in Warsaw.
Polish TV broadcasters are expected to raise advertising prices in 2018 by ca. 8%.
Video game maker CD Projekt sees no risk of delayed release of its new game Cyberpunk 77.
Poland's dynamic GDP growth is largely due to the favorable global business cycle.
Poland's ruling camp might be close to making the decision to transfer some of the foreign policy competences from the Foreign Ministry to the President's office.
Right-wing parliamentary caucus United right is "close" to striking an agreement on joint candidates lists in 2018 municipal elections.
Jaroslaw Kaczynski reportedly confirmed the will to replace Beata Szydlo.
All Polish dailies report about the adoption of a resolution expressing concerns over Poland's rule of law by the European Parliament on Wednesday.
Thousands of scientific materials can be found in the online Atlas of Open Science Resources, which opens at Wroclaw University of Science and Technology.
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