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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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Play has likely joined the run for funds available under some PLN 2 billion competition under the operational program Digital Poland.
PKN Orlen is talking to Saudi's Aramco about expanding oil deliveries to its refineries.
Only two Polish firms have any chance at making it into the FTSE Russel developed market large cap index.
The Polish government targets adopting an amendment to the bill on renewables by the end of June.
The ousted CEO of defaulting debt collector GetBack sent poorly veiled threats of political repercussions to PM Mateusz Morawiecki and the nation's chief regulator, warning of a scandal for the governing party if his firm was not saved.
Polish companies are increasingly facing payment bottlenecks and liquidity problems.
The share of Poles planning to go abroad to work has declined slightly year on year to around 3 million.
The Finance Ministry will test voluntary VAT split payment first and potentially introduce it in some less significant sector before making the solution mandatory for selected sectors.
The Polish government would have to collect ca. 2.5% of millionaires' income in order to raise PLN 500 million annually in the so-called solidarity levy.
Poland's governing party voted through a 20% pay cut for MPs.
The Freedom March organized by opposition parties on May 12 in Warsaw saw a turnout of around 50,000 Poles.
Poland is at no risk of losing part of the EU funds over the judiciary reform.
Poland's governing party enjoyed a 6-pps surge in its voter support in May to 38%, rebounding after 4 months of losses.
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