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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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The Polish government believes that a European Parliament resolution on the rule of law and democracy in Poland contains unjustified and harmful conclusions.
The nomination of Mateusz Morawiecki as PM can be read as a signal of good intentions concerning Poland's relations with the EU.
Poland's interest rates should stay on hold to the end of 2018.
Poland's power sector will sport no room for increasing debt in order to fund large investments beyond 2020.
Asseco filed an appeal against social security ZUS decision to grant its rival Comarch a deal to maintain ZUS's core IT system.
PKO BP and Pekao are mulling a merger in 2018.
Poland's Senate approved the VAT split payment bill.
Poland's lagging investments problem appears to be the main challenge for the country's new cabinet.
The Polish government cannot accept the price of the Patriot missile defense system.
Beata Szydlo could be endowed with a specially tailored cabinet function of the deputy PM for the social policy.
Poland's dragging cabinet reshuffle may either bring a quick replacement of a small number of ministers, or major changes across the ministries to be completed at the turn of January and February.
Morawiecki is seen by the ruling party leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski as the potential new helmsman of the political scene's right wing.
Recent Polish reforms constitute “grave threat” to the judiciary, say legal experts of the Venice Commission.
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