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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 will spend ca. PLN 150 mln in 2018 on social programs addressed at the country's elderly citizens.
Poles are planning to spend a declared ca. PLN 190 on Christmas gifts bought in online stores.
Budimex signed a PLN 293.1 million deal on building Brzozowo-Miekowo segment of the S3 expressway and a PLN 102.7 million deal for the Miekowo-Rzesnica segment of the same road.
Polish furniture industry saw its sales in H2 2017 fall below their earlier expectations.
CHF loans bill will make it to the agenda of the Sejm public finance commission in January.
The Polish government could make the final decision on changes to private pension funds OFE as late as by the end of the current cabinet's term of office.
Energa and Enea continue to seek a financial partner for building the Ostroleka power block.
An additional PLN 0.25 billion in 2018 in income from VAT may come from disposable shopping bags.
Poland's zloty may weaken significantly versus the dollar to the end of the year.
The Polish government's plans to cover the whole country with the investment incentives now offered in special economic zones attracted criticism from business lobbies.
The Polish government is more likely to ease conditions for immigrants working and settling down in the country.
Poland will face a rise in wage pressure in the coming quarters.
Mateusz Morawiecki had only limited say in the appointment of Marek Suski as his office chief.
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