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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 hard coal mining sector reported over PLN 3.6 billion in net profits in 2017 vs. a minor PLN 3.6 million net loss in 2016, according to the data from industry development agency ARP.
Listed mining equipment maker Famur will focus on rebuilding its margins in 2018 in order to prepare the company for foreign expansion, mainly via strategic partnerships and alliances, company officials told a press conference.
Media and telecom group Cyfrowy Polsat got an unfavorable decision of a regional tax authority resulting in potential need to pay PLN 24.2 million liability.
Polish government seeks to raise PLN 1.7 billion in 2019 from a new PLN 0.08/litre emissions charge on petrol and diesel.
The Polish government approved a draft bill amending law on renewable energy sources, the Ministry of Energy and government press office announced in separate press statements.
lue-chip fuel group PKN Orlen recorded only USD 4.1 refining margin in February, making it the third consecutive month of low margin level.
Poland's #1 lender by assets PKO BP saw the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development buy PLN 133 million of bank's PLN 1 billion subordinated bonds issue, EBRD said in a statement.
Poland's investments should boom in 2018, still, the road to a full investment recovery remains long.
The ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) state administration reduction plans revealed just recently are a good move, but one that can be difficult to carry out.
Poland's developers are protesting against antitrust and consumer protection watchdog UOKiK's plans.
Polish state authorities see the new employer-sponsored and state -subsidized pension plans PPK as "the most serious" concept for building a universal voluntary private pension system in Poland.
Warsaw Stock Exchange operator confirms submitting of the preliminary non-binding offer in tender for the 71.7% stake in the Tel Aviv stock exchange.
Poland's governing party Law and Justice (PiS) suffered a 4-pps decline in its voter support in March to 39% from the record levels of prior months.
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