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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 once far-reaching shale gas production plans were hampered by the adoption of the hydrocarbon tax bill.
Listed natural gas monopolist PGNiG booked 8.1 bcm in capacity of the Baltic Pipe that will link Poland with Norwegian gas fields.
Media and telecom group Cyfrowy Polsat will buy a ca. 32% stake in listed telecom Netia for a total of PLN 638.8 million.
Listed power concerns PGE, Tauron and Enea are utilizing imported coal in their power plants due to the insufficient output.
Rafako hopes to start selling its polygeneration island installations utilizing waste products for power and heat generation to municipalities on a larger scale.
Polish construction firms are complaining that investor's budgets for just launched projects do not take into account recent price and market changes.
Listed WSE operator GPW is eyeing a takeover of the KDPW CCP financial settlement company.
At least some fund managers are reluctant to accept Michal Solowow's offer for shares in chemicals firm Synthos.
Poland's strikingly low share of renewable energy sources in the domestic power consumption is mostly due to the erroneous promotion of the joint biomass and coal combustion technology.
Poland's planned liquidation of the cap on the social insurance premium should come into force as of 2019.
Poland's lower chamber of parliament will likely want to pass the judiciary reform bills.
Poland's judges and prosecutors are concerned that recently proposed legal changes.
Poland's long-delayed cabinet reshuffle has become a millstone around ministries' necks, obstructing their daily functioning.
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